Sunday, April 20, 2014

Javier Solana

Javier Solana was EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, Secretary-General of NATO, and Foreign Minister of Spain. He is currently President of the ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics and Distinguished Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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Newsart for Stabilizing Ukraine
World Affairs 5

Stabilizing Ukraine

Russia’s annexation of Crimea will likely damage its core interest: its political relationship with Ukraine, which it wants to keep far from Europe. So, for Europe, the most important priority now is … read more

Newsart for Revolutionary Patience
World Affairs 3

Revolutionary Patience

As in other parts of the world, Arab countries need time to attain the democracy and pluralism their peoples seek. They will achieve it, but no one should be surprised that, with the possible… read more

Newsart for The Enemy in Syria
World Affairs 3

The Enemy in Syria

Syria’s civil war has been a singularly brutal affair, with 130,000 dead, 2.3 million refugees in neighboring countries, and four million internally displaced people since the fighting began. As the… read more

Newsart for Globalizing European Security
World Affairs 3

Globalizing European Security

Global security – a safe and peaceful environment free of conflict – is a public good: all of the world’s citizens and countries benefit from it, regardless of whether they contribute to supplying… read more

Newsart for Europe’s Smart Asian Pivot
World Affairs 0

Europe’s Smart Asian Pivot

While the US has commenced its “pivot” to Asia, the EU is at a critical historical juncture, one that demands its own strategic shift eastward. Paradoxically, Europe's lack of great-power status in… read more

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