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EU Foreign Policy: More Grand Delusion than Grand Strategy

May 23, 2019

by Eliz Peck 24 May 2019 Henry Kissinger once said that “no foreign policy – no matter how ingenious – has any chance of success if it is born in the minds of a few and carried in the hearts of none”. With the EU divided not just between – but within – its member … Continue reading “EU Foreign Policy: More Grand Delusion than Grand Strategy”


Strife Series on United Nations Peacekeeping, Part I – The Fate of UN Peacekeeping and the Changing Tides of Geopolitics

April 3, 2018

By Dr Samir Puri The UN’s viability to act as a peacekeeping force for good is always constrained by geopolitics. When the geopolitical tides change – as they evidently are in the twenty-first century, with the rise of China, the resurgence of Russia, and other developments – the UN feels the impact. When it comes … Continue reading “Strife Series on United Nations Peacekeeping, Part I – The Fate of UN Peacekeeping and the Changing Tides of Geopolitics”


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