We live in an increasingly dangerous world, where the speed of change is faster than our collective ability to adjust to it. Not only are China and India providing serious economic competition to the EU and the U.S.A., but, besides the constant threat of terrorism, there are new security risks emerging in the strategic struggle for energy, the politicized clash between Western principles of a free society and Muslim fundamentalism, Iran's nuclear ambitions and the victory of radical Hamas in Palestinian elections. The only constant is the solidarity and trust among nations with common moral...
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