EU’s Future from two sides

21.06.2018
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EU’s Future from two sides
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EU’s Future from two sides

Balkans     Danube      Germany      Europe

GEOMETR.IT  Stratfor

 

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5 comments

  1. Matheus Nowak
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    This may result in the near term in waning responsibilities to security concepts and human rights among several nations, even as many individuals and smaller groups advocate for ideas through platforms, venues, and institutions.

  2. Yes We CAN
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    The post-World War II international order that enabled today’s political, economic, and security arrangements and institutions is in question as power diffuses worldwide, shuffling seats at the table of global decision making.

  3. Loriot
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    Norms that were believed to be settled will be increasingly threatened if present trends hold, and consensus to build standards can be elusive as Russia, China, along with other actors such as ISIL seek to shape regions and international norms in their favor. Some features of the evolving global order are apparent:

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