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"#Brexit offers the EU more freedom to develop its vision on foreign policy without the UK's reluctance stalling progress."

Read the replies of experts on our blog.
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Whatever the outcome of Turkey's April 16 referendum on a new constitution, the country's relationship with the European Union has reached a watershed.

Read Marc Pierini on our blog.
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The EU seems determined to clinch a trade accord with Japan by the end of 2017. That might be wishful thinking.

Read today's blog post by Judy Dempsey.
Europe Woos Japan
Europe Woos Japan
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Azerbaijan's suspension from a coalition of energy-extracting countries will harm Baku's international brand and image as a reliable place to invest.

Read today's blog post by Thomas de Waal.
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"Events to mobilize voters in the Turkish diaspora have little to do with promoting free speech and everything to do with gaining advantage with Turks at home and abroad in a referendum that could prove close."

Ten experts weigh in on this week's #JudyAsks.
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Talk of a European nuclear deterrent might be welcome in Washington, but such a scheme would do very little to help Europe tackle the biggest challenges it faces.
Read John R. Deni on our blog.
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The Dutch political debates seem detached from the rest of the continent. Why? Read today's blog post by Louise van Schaik and Anne Bakker.
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"Why does the EU all too often give the impression of being persistently behind the curve when it comes to delivering a strategic vision?"

As #StrategicEurope⭐️ celebrates five years, Pierre Vimont and other experts give their take on whether the EU can ever be strategic.
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In the battle between reality and populism, reality is now winning.
Read today's blog post by Peter Kellner.
Peak Populism, Perhaps
Peak Populism, Perhaps
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In her latest blog post, Pauline Massart explains why a European Security Council could help develop an EU foreign policy identity.
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