Posts Tagged: Foreign Policy

The EU stumbles again on Syria

Once again the EU has proved itself incapable of giving a unified and coherent policy when faced with an external issue. Syria is not only a humanitarian disaster, it is also a conflict that is having direct consequences in Europe

The EU stumbles again on Syria

Once again the EU has proved itself incapable of giving a unified and coherent policy when faced with an external issue. Syria is not only a humanitarian disaster, it is also a conflict that is having direct consequences in Europe

Not in the SOTEU: Turkey

The President of the European Commission, Jean Claude-Junker delivered his first “State of the European Union” (SOTEU) address today, mainly focusing on the serious and ongoing refugee crisis that Europe has struggled to cope with. With his calls for the

Not in the SOTEU: Turkey

The President of the European Commission, Jean Claude-Junker delivered his first “State of the European Union” (SOTEU) address today, mainly focusing on the serious and ongoing refugee crisis that Europe has struggled to cope with. With his calls for the

Where is Erdogan leading Turkey?

Turkish President Erdogan has announced that the country will again head to the polls, most likely on November 1, after coalition talks fell apart between the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the other parties following the June 7 election.

Where is Erdogan leading Turkey?

Turkish President Erdogan has announced that the country will again head to the polls, most likely on November 1, after coalition talks fell apart between the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the other parties following the June 7 election.

Surprise: still no unified foreign policy for the EU

A few weeks ago EU foreign ministers met in Brussels and showed, yet again, that the European Union is unable to meet the world head on with its own unified foreign policy, but rather still relies on France, the UK,

Surprise: still no unified foreign policy for the EU

A few weeks ago EU foreign ministers met in Brussels and showed, yet again, that the European Union is unable to meet the world head on with its own unified foreign policy, but rather still relies on France, the UK,