N. 49 November 2008 | The world balance lacks a European pole

Facing the absence of a European group the United States is forced to play solo, by playing an unsustainable role as a world power. After all, as a consequence of being a dispersed crowd, europeans will have to disporportionately foot the bill as a result of the West’s loss of power represented by the Russian-Georgian conflict, and the collapse of many banking giants followed by that of the stock markets isnt’ but the latest event.

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N. 46 December 2007 | The European defence issue

There are three unavoidable problems: the power we need to affirm Europe’s independence in terms of security; the framework in which it would become possible to acquire such a power, the creation of a new military staff that can be held accountable by a european sovereign power.

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