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The geopolitical landscape of the world has recently undergone rapid changes. The departure of the United States from the leading role in world affairs, disagreements within NATO, an assertive China and a resurgent Russia are all signals that a more multipolar world is in sight. The European Union, originally a peace project with no geopolitical… » read more

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Since his election, U.S. President Donald Trump, has drastically altered the basic fabric of international relations. Moving the country in a path of isolation, Trump has diluted European allies’ confidence that the United States is a reliable partner in upholding commitments and agreements. Trump’s “America First” approach has made it very difficult to maintain a… » read more

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On March 6th, the joint meeting of foreign affairs and defence ministers came to an agreement on a Military Planning and Conduct Capability which will coordinate three training missions in Somalia, Mali and the DRC. These three missions are quite small and mostly serve as a test phase for the new institution. Next year, the… » read more

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