• Article

    May Europe 3.0 Step Forward

    Europe must think and act in a unified strategic manner if it wants to save its struggling currency and strengthen its military and government capabilities.

    • Event

    Getting Europe’s Energy House in Order

    The European Commission’s newly released White Paper on Energy outlines a strategy that calls for an increased, consolidated role for Brussels to resolve tensions on energy supply security.

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    At Last, Merkel's Plan for Europe

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    • September 21, 2011

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    • Article

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    Strategic Europe—Some General Observations

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    • Op-Ed

    How to Climb Out?

    As Europe struggles to pull out of its current financial crisis, it is useful to look back at the five most common tactics that countries have historically used to climb out of debt.

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    Six Vignettes About Europe

    • John Kornblum
    • September 16, 2011

    The leaders of the European Union should begin an open dialogue to increase Europe’s global engagement and seek a new strategic unity with the United States.

    • Op-Ed

    Germany's Choice

    Leaders in Germany and other eurozone countries are starting to recognize that dealing with the euro’s problems requires not just austerity and structural reforms in the periphery but also a much closer fiscal union.

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    A More Realistic Europe

    • Roland Freudenstein
    • September 15, 2011

    Europe’s future demands more integration, backed up by the interests of a maximum number of Europeans, not greater centralized bureaucracy.

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