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Guardian: Russia as the new Donald Rumsfeld

Russia has emerged as the most divisive issue in the European Union since Donald Rumsfeld split the European club into ?new’ and ?old’ member states. Read an opinion piece published through Project Syndicate.

Rebuilding a house divided

The EU is more divided on foreign policy now than during the Iraq War. But a house divided against itself cannot stand.

US and Iran: It’s good to talk

The U.S and Iran are on a collision course. But both countries’ policies are based on misperceptions of each other?s strength.

The rise of ?herbivorous powers??

A global public opinion survey shows that there is growing public support for a more multi-polar world, and 35% of world citizens would like to see the EU’s influence to grow

Much work to do

Ratification and implementation of the new EU treaty is an opportunity to win the argument for Europe’s global role

In Search of the EU?s Pakistan Policy

Pakistan’s stability is vital to Europe’s security. Why, then, does EU?s role in Pakistan bear all the hallmarks of the pre-Maastricht polity it no longer wants to be?

No way to treat a friend

Europe has just as much to lose as Turkey if the doubters prevail in the membership battle

Drafting a global player

Unless something goes badly wrong, EU leaders will agree a new treaty at this week’s summit in Lisbon. This opinion piece was published by the Wall Street Journal.