There is no real ‘European foreign policy’, says former EU diplomat

By |junij 14th, 2019|EU foreign policy, France, News, Pierre Vimont|

The EU does not have a real 'European foreign policy' because every country works on its own and member states do not want to give full responsibility to the EU's High Representative, a former senior French and EU diplomat told EURACTIV Slovakia in an ...

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Greening the EU’s foreign and security policy

By |februar 21st, 2019|Climate Change, climate security, EU foreign policy, News, UN Security Council|

Climate change and ecosystem degradation are significant security threats; the European Union should take urgent action to address these as a part of its foreign and security policy, write Johanna Nyman and Marianne Kettunen.

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An opportunity for transatlantic unity on Iran

By |februar 15th, 2019|EU foreign policy, Iran, Iran nuclear deal, News|

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the revolution that overthrew the Shah in Iran and created the Islamic Republic. It is a good time to review the position of the European Union and its member states towards this totalitarian theocracy, argues Alejo Vidal-Quadras.

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EU suffers major cyber-security scandal with publication of 1,100 secret cables

By |december 19th, 2018|cyber security, cyber-attacks, espionnage, EU foreign policy, News, scandal|

A trove of hacked EU diplomatic cables made available to the New York Times revealed no major secrets, but displayed the remarkably poor protection of routine exchanges among EU officials Hackers accessed the EU’s diplomatic communications network for years, downloading...

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Mogherini: Need to avoid that world collapses completely

By |september 3rd, 2018|Donald Trump, EU foreign policy, Federica Mogherini, Iran deal, multilateralism, News|

The EU needs to brace itself for difficult times and step up its presence on the world stage to "avoid that the world collapses completely", the bloc’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini told a conference in Brussels on Monday (3 September).

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Mogherini’s Asia trip set to deepen EU security role

By |avgust 6th, 2018|Asia, EU foreign policy, EU-ASEAN, Federica Mogherini, News, security and defence|

During a roundtrip of Asia this week, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini will seek support to preserve the Iran nuclear deal, as well as exploring security cooperation in order to expand engagement and up the EU's role in global security, write...

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Migration can only be tackled by the EU as a whole

By |julij 20th, 2018|demographics, EU foreign policy, illegal migration, News, refugee crisis|

Without a shared EU foreign policy, the notion of halting future migration waves is unrealistic, write Ilhan Kyuchyuk and Samuel Doveri Vesterbye. Ilhan Kyuchyuk MEP (Bulgaria) is ALDE Vice President and Member of the European Parliament; Samuel Doveri...

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After turbulent G7 meeting, EU’s unity is fragile

By |junij 12th, 2018|Angela Merkel, Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron, EU foreign policy, eurozone reform, G7 summit, News|

After US President Trump caused an éclat at the meeting of the seven industrialised Western nations in Canada, a strong European position is needed more than ever. But the community is struggling to find unity. EURACTIV Germany’s media partner “Der Tagesspiegel” reports.

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Report: Romania to breaks ranks with EU by moving embassy to Jerusalem

By |april 20th, 2018|Donald Trump, EEAS, EU foreign policy, Jerusalem, Klaus Iohannis, Liviu Dragnea, Middle East peace process, News, PSD, Romania, Romanian elections, socialists, Viorica Dancila|

The Romanian government will follow the United States and transfer its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the ruling Social Democrat Party (PSD) leader said Thursday (19 April). “The decision has been taken (…), the procedures are beginning,” Liviu Dragnea told...

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