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A European Union of Security and Defence is Taking Shape

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    Federica Mogherini

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    High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission

This is truly an exceptional moment for cooperation between the European Union and NATO. A strong European Union defence makes NATO strong and we are seeing this in our daily work, and a strong NATO makes the European defence strong; and to us, in the European Union, there is no doubt about that, it is self-evident.

Should the EU Advance at the Same Speed as the Most Eurosceptic Countries?

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    Mario Telò

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    Professor of International Relations at Université Libre de Bruxelles and LUISS of Rome.

From Messina to Rome: Project, Method and Agenda or an ever Closer Union*

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    Domènec Ruiz Devesa

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    Vice President of UEF-Spain and Member of UEF Federal Committee

The meaning of “ever closer union” is a concept of fundamental importance, though the European Council had tried to belittle it in the so-called “new settlement for the United Kingdom”[i], which deceased after the negative outcome of the referendum held in Britain on June 23rd, 2016.

What is the Brand Macron Standing for?

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    Bernard Barthalay

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    Professor in Economy of European Integration at the Université Lumière Lyon 2

Looking at the current controversy about the ideological labels to be sticked on the new French President, the answer cannot be but a mixed one. Is he a neoliberal? Is he a Nordic social democrat? Or both? “En même temps” (all of that together), according to his by now famous stock phrase. Which does not mean the question is irrelevant, but that the answer depends on “something completely different”, as Monty Python used to say. And, in the eyes of many people, that “something” is his cosmopolitanism.

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