The Group on Grand Strategy publishes the fifth in its series of Strategic Snapshots, entitled: ‘Syria: a responsibility to protect? The “just case” versus the “valid case”’. This snapshot looks the Responsibility to Protect in relations to Syria, and argues that the European Union should be stronger in its political leadership and more willing to use its power to ensure an orderly and well-governed neighbourhood.
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Today, the Group on Grand Strategy published its next ‘Strategic Snapshot’, entitled: ‘Three geographies – and societies: The European Union’s enduring problem’. It analyses the differing logics of geography that influence the policies of the Member States, and how these interact with the European Union, often pulling it in different directions, simultaneously.
Today, the Group on Grand Strategy publishes the first of its ‘Strategic Snapshots’, which address contemporary strategic phenomena…