Pakistan is the pivot around which revolves peace on the Indian subcontinent and the success of NATO's mission to Afghanistan, argues Korski. But EU?s policy towards that country resembles its old technocratic and apolitical approach.
The EU's Georgia mission is looking like a much-needed, if small ESDP success. But there is still much the EU can learn from its deployment.
With Afghanistan's reconstruction on the brink, what could the EU and U.S ask Beijing to do?
With an Irish "No" to Lisbon, others should continue the ratification process and European leaders keep focus on how to make the EU an effective global player.
Kosovo?s independence will require restraint and calm by all parties. Even so, it will present a number of key challenges for the EU.
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Despite recent problems, Macedonia's record is still "best in class" and its Euro-Atlantic integration should continue posthaste.
The U.S and Europe are casting about for Afghanistan's "Anbar moment". But the warring tribes to be united first are the international ones.
The Democratic Party may push for Iraqi troop withdrawals and Europeans may continue ignoring the war, but both should be honest about the consequences of doing so.
The wind seems have gone out of the Bush administration's Iran balloon. But air has been seeping out since the IAEA report in mid-November.
Gordon Brown has laid out his foreign policy vision, including on Europe. But he missed two key elements: a strong, positive case for enlargement and arguments for the Lisbon Treaty
The U.S and Iran are on a collision course. But both countries' policies are based on misperceptions of each other?s strength.