Military Cooperation
Time to Forge a European Defence Union

European publics continue to support the idea of an integrated European project in the area of defense.

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Mr. Renzi's Neighborhood
The End of Europe’s Neighborhood Policy

If the EU is to meet the mounting foreign policy challenges on its southern and eastern peripheries, it must first come to terms with its past policy failures.

Tunisia's Angel Investor
Will Rome Bring Prosperity to North Africa?

Though the ancient Romans famously defeated the Carthaginians, today Tunisia, the modern-day location of Carthage, may depend on Italy for its survival as a newly democratic state. In fact, if Italy supports its ancient foe, the entire Maghreb region could actually benefit.

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