Tag Archives: European Union

How Britain Punishes Itself

Theresa May’s Brexit plan will do some significant damage to the British economy.

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Managing Globalization More Prudently

Five principles for a better and more inclusive path forward on managing global issues.

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Ukraine, the West and a Dead End

What the West must do so that a reformed Ukraine can survive in the face of a continuing Russian threat.

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François Fillon and the EU

The potential future French President’s views on the EU, while still emerging, are a matter of global interest.

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A Better CETA: One Big Cheer for Wallonia

While the rest of Europe ducked, one region stood up for important principles of responsible globalization.

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The European Union: Like Building a Cathedral!

Will the “cathedral” – aka the EU – ever be completed? Is it worth the effort? Or might it fall down and bankrupt its builders?

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The New Battle For Berlin

Centrality, not hegemony is the name of the German political game. They love network logic.

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EU Defense Cooperation: Threat or Benefit for NATO?

Britain has long opposed an EU defense identity fearing it would undermine NATO. Post Brexit, the remaining 27 members can forge ahead.

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The EU/Brexit Poker Play: Ten Theses

What is really at stake for both the UK and the EU in the forthcoming negotiations over Brexit.

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Escaping the Prison Island: Forgotten Refugees of Chios

The refugees trying to escape Chios shows the world’s failure to protect victims of one of the worst humanitarian disasters.

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