The EU’s Rise and Fall

Democracy Arsenal’s Max Bergmann takes the American foreign policy establishment to task for basically ignoring the EU, in a post he tiled, The EU and its Rise: While conservative foreign policy thinkers have always dismissed the importance of the EU, the progressive foreign policy establishment has really not been much better. Most still abide by the view that the EU should not duplicate or infringe upon NATO and will point to the importance of continued enlargement of the EU into the Balkans and Turkey, but few actually seem to think that Europe will have any real role in foreign affairs […]

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