Category Archives: European Union

Multilateral minutes

Moscow warns against bypassing the Security Council on Iran–and awaits Lula’s arrival to discuss possible compromises. The European Union warily greets David Cameron. More rumors that Gordon Brown might covet an IMF job. ASEAN is nervous about the crisis in … Continue reading

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A road-MAP for Bosnia

In FP, Wesley Clark and Louise Arbour–no strangers to Bosnia’s troubles–endorse NATO’s recent decision to offer Bosnia a Membership Action Plan. They key is the psychological effect, they argue. A closer link to NATO can help build up this common sense … Continue reading

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Waiting for a European Monetary Fund

At the FT‘s Brusselsblog, Tony Barber comments on the long, long wait for a European Monetary Fund–and the formidable obstacles still in its path. [It] is inconceivable that an institution resembling the International Monetary Fund, with all the powerful instruments at its disposal which … Continue reading

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