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- Interview with Margarita Šešelgytėon Sep 7, 2013 in Current Affairs Global & International Security & Defence The EU Britain Common Security and Defence Policy Council of Ministers Eastern Neighbourhood European Neighbourhood Policy European Union Geopolitics Geostrategy Interview Interviews James Rogers Lithuania Margarita Šešelgytė Presidency Russia Small States Ukraine United KingdomIn this twelfth interview in European Geostrategy’s interview series, James Rogers interviews the University of Vilnius’s Margarita Šešelgytė on the current Lithuanian presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Eastern Neighbourhood...
- Syria: end of the British ‘global era’?on Sep 1, 2013 in Current Affairs Global & International Politics & Public Policy Security & Defence Barack Obama Britain David Cameron Foreign Affairs Foreign Policy Geopolitics Geostrategy House of Commons Humanitarian Intervention Intervention Iraq Middle East Syria United Kingdom United StatesWhat does the British Parliament’s vote in relation to Syria mean? Is the United Kingdom less of a missionary power now – an increasingly, a ‘normal’ European country – or are other factors to blame? Will British expeditionary forces be kee...
- The ‘Arab Spring’: winter of our discontent?on Aug 19, 2013 in Global & International Politics & Public Policy Security & Defence The EU Arab Spring Conditionality Defence Policy Egypt European Neighbourhood Foreign Policy Geopolitics Geostrategy Grand Strategy Libya Military Power Security Policy Southern Neighbourhood Strategic Policy Sven Biscop SyriaWith a lack of money and the departure of the United States, how can European manage their turbulent neighbourhoods, particularly to the south and south-east?
- France at the European strategic core
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