EU's awkward foreign policy

  • 2003-03-27
  • Jonathan S. Kallmer
It is a pivotal moment in international affairs. The United States has begun pre-emptive military operations in Iraq in an effort to depose Saddam Hussein. In addition, the specter of a nuclear North Korea is coming into sharper relief, and incidents of terror continue around the globe. Amidst this turbulence, it is easy to miss the historical political changes taking place in Europe. For as the international community moves loudly from crisis to crisis, the European Union is grinding away quietly at some of the most significant institutional changes in its half-century existence. At the ce...
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