Despite having signed an SAA, Bosnia may no longer exist in ten years. More EU attention, not less is needed to fix things
As Britain moves to ratify the Lisbon treaty, EU politicians are wrong to threaten Ireland. We’re all in the same boat.
After the Irish no, EU leaders should avoid further introspection and move ahead with flexible integration. A comment piece in Italian from Il Riformista.
Europe’s citizens – and the world – need an EU that can act more effectively abroad. Failure by European leaders to create such a Union would have serious repercussions.
The EU’s success will be measured against its ability to act on the global stage, so its governments will have to allocate more towards a common EU foreign policy
Our continent’s diversity should let us promote freedom without the taint of Bush’s neocon project imposed by force
At last week’s summit in Bucharest, the EU has confounded hard-liners in Washington and Moscow by deciding to revitalise NATO
If the EU is to face up to its global ambitions, a revitalized Weimar triangle needs to take on more political leadership
European leaders need to follow France and Poland’s example and take a tougher line on China, with real political threats, if the situation in Tibet does not improve
With the Lisbon Treaty still to be ratified, discussions of the EEAS are limited and proposals modest. But the EEAS could bring a revolutionary improvement in the EU’s ability to act abroad – if bold thinking is allowed.