Archive for the Friends of Europe Category

Europe can matter more in global affairs. The issue is less “leadership” than “effectiveness”

[This is a guest commentary in the run-up to Friends of Europe’s annual State of Europe 2014, to be held on October 9th. It examines one of the sessions of the daylong programme of discussions. This and other hot-button issues will be discussed by leading policymakers, thinkers, […]

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No, this deal is full of holes and the world is far from a safer place

Pascal Boniface hails the global agreement over Iran’s nuclear problem by pretending that it eliminates all outstanding issues and leaves the world an undeniably better place. None of that is true, which is why his analysis is so full of holes and, in the end, completely off-base. […]

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