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"Whining about Trump only gives the impression that the EU knows better or has the moral high ground. Both have still to be proved."

In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey outlines four ways for EU leaders to respond to the new U.S. administration instead of moaning about what is still Europe's greatest ally.

Instead of whining about the incoming U.S. administration, EU leaders should adopt several measures designed to increase the bloc’s influence and coherence.
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In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey argues that France's 2017 presidential election will shape the destinies of both France and Europe.
The longer the French government postpones economic reforms, the weaker Europe will become.
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In today's blog post, Marcin Bużański explains why the change in U.S. leadership requires a foreign and security policy overhaul in Poland.
For Warsaw, the incoming U.S. presidency of Donald Trump should trigger a change of policy direction toward the center of the EU.
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"Transdniestria may be considered an easy conflict to solve, but some of the simple conditions for its resolution simply do not look to be there."

Read today's blog post by Thomas de Waal.

Moldova’s election of a pro-Russian president may be symbolically important but is unlikely to assuage the conflict in the country’s breakaway region of Transdniestria.
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The European's should start planning for their own defense following the electoral victory of Donald Trump in the U.S.
Why?
Read today's blog post by Daniel Keohane. 
The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president has the potential to transform Europe’s strategic landscape. The Europeans should respond by planning for their own defense.
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Will the electoral victory of Donald Trump provide a unique opportunity for the EU to rethink its defense role?
Twelve experts give their take on today's blog post.
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In today's blog post, Jaba Devdariani argues that despite their allure, oligarchs are not a wise choice for Georgia, Moldova, or Ukraine.
Despite their appealing promises, oligarchs do not offer a viable form of governance in countries such as Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
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In today's blog post, Gwendolyn Sasse explains why a delay in implementing visa liberalization for #Ukraine would incur political costs—both in Ukraine and in Ukraine's relations with the EU.
Visa-free access to EU countries is a major attraction for Ukrainians. But delays in the process risk eroding the much-needed support of pro-EU movements in Ukraine.
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In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey argues that the EU shouldn't retreat into an untidy collection of member states, as there is wide support and a need for the EU.
The prospect of Britain leaving the EU is boosting the popularity of the bloc—a trend that EU leaders should take advantage of.
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In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey explains why Germany's 2017 elections will be difficult like no other before it.
Angela Merkel’s decision to stand again as German chancellor coincides with unprecedented uncertainty about the ability of Europe and the West to lead.
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In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey writes that the election of Donald Trump as U.S. President has put the spotlight on the parlous state of European defense structures. 
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In today's blog post, Judy Dempsey explains why the election of #Trump as U.S. president will eventually bring to an end Europe's dependence on the United States.
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