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 Cameron's Europe Cameron's Europe: Can the Conservatives achieve their EU objectives?
01 December 2009

David Cameron, the leader of Britain's Conservatives and perhaps its next prime minister, has unveiled a new strategy for the European Union.

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 Intelligence, emergencies and foreign policy Intelligence, emergencies and foreign policy: The EU's role in counter-terrorism
01 July 2009

Many European countries feel threatened by terrorist plots against civilians and infrastructure. European governments have strengthened their efforts to co-operate on counter-terrorism over the past decade.

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 Is Europe doomed to fail as a power? Is Europe doomed to fail as a power?
01 July 2009

How relevant is Europe in the emerging multipolar world? On current trends, the EU seems unlikely to be one of the powers that shapes the new order. Divisions among the member-states and a lack of military muscle have weakened the EU's foreign and defence policy.

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 Narrowing the Atlantic Narrowing the Atlantic: The way forward for EU-US trade and investment
29 April 2009

The financial crisis has provoked a dramatic contraction in world trade. With economic activity declining and job losses rising, protectionist pressures are mounting.

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 The Lisbon scorecard IX: How to emerge from the wreckage The Lisbon scorecard IX: How to emerge from the wreckage
13 February 2009

EU governments are taking increasingly unorthodox measures to prevent the economic crisis from overwhelming their economies. They are right to intervene, but their policies must not undermine Europe's long-term economic growth prospects in the process.

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 Why Ukraine matters to Europe Why Ukraine matters to Europe
05 December 2008

Until the war in Georgia in August 2008, the EU had taken stability beyond its eastern border for granted. Now it will need to become more active in this volatile region, in which Ukraine is the largest and most important country.

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 Pipelines, politics and power Pipelines, politics and power: The future of EU-Russia energy relations
01 October 2008

Does the Kremlin use energy as a political weapon? Why is Russia’s oil and gas output stagnating? Can and should the EU try to reduce its dependence on Russian hydrocarbons? Are the EU and Russia engaged in a pipeline war? What does energy solidarity mean? What rules should govern EU-Russia energy relations?

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 Willing and able? EU defence in 2020 Willing and able? EU defence in 2020
02 June 2008

Demand for military forces is growing. And the Europeans increasingly turn to the EU when in need of troops for peacekeeping or for delivering humanitarian aid. But will the EU be able to keep up with the demand?

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 How to make EU emissions trading a success How to make EU emissions trading a success
01 May 2008

The European Union has set ambitious targets to limit greenhouse gases. But it will not be able to meet these targets without an effective market for trading carbon emissions.

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 Can Europe and China shape a new world order? Can Europe and China shape a new world order?
01 May 2008

A new world order is emerging, with multiple centres of power. But will this order be multilateral, with governments accepting global rules and institutions? Or will the strongest states assert their interests unilaterally, without regard to international law?

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