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Since the end of the Second World War, every US administration has promoted European recovery, transatlantic cooperation

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The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy was launched in 1998 as a quest for ‘autonomy’.

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Since the time that the popular uprisings in Syria mushroomed into a civil war, prospects for a negotiated political set

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The Executive Board of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies today approved the nomination of Professor Jamie Shea as its newest Senior Research Associate.

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With global politics in turmoil, Russia and China have found each other.

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The Arctic is changing.

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In the run up to February’s EU-Arab League summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, the EU was criticised by major media outlets suc

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Superficially, one might frame Venezuela’s current drama as the classical conflict between a regional hegemon (in this

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One of the main concerns that voters are likely to have in their minds when casting their ballots in next  year’s european elections is security.

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European socialists have held a de facto monopoly over the position of the EU’s foreign policy high representative eve

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