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The GCC Countries in a Multipolar Currency System: Is a New Currency Emerging?

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1 April 2013
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In the mid of the 2008 financial meltdown, countries from the periphery injected their hard-won money into the rescue of Western financial institutions and near-defaulting governments.
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EU, Singapore Agree on FTA

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16 December 2012
by Natasha Brereton-Fukui

The European Union and Singapore have successfully completed talks on a free-trade pact, in a deal which is slated to make it easier for European auto makers
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Don’t Use Mali as a Blueprint for Future European Missions

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22 January 2013
by Jan Techau

In less than two weeks, Mali has become the new paradigm of European security thinking. Analysts across the continent seem to agree, by and large, that this latest
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by Alex MacKenzie Dustin Dehez
The ‘U.N. Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara’ (MINURSP), a U.N. peacekeeping mission in the disputed territory of the Western Sahara, was extended by the U.N. Security Council for another year after the United
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by Gallia Lindenstrauss
Croatia’s expected entry into the European Union as its 28th member in July 2013 is yet another reminder that Turkey, who started formal accession talks at the same time as Croatia, is still in line
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by Alex MacKenzie
Since 2001, the EU has become one of the most important non-state actors involved in combating terrorism around the world. By examining the EU’s relationship with the US, South Asian countries, and the Sahel region
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by Dinoj Kumar Upadhyay
Afghanistan was the worst case example of a failed state in 2001 – as a safe haven for terrorists and the largest opium producer, Afghanistan under Taliban was a severe threat to world peace and
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OP-ED
by Vladimir Hlasny
The free trade agreement between Korea and EU was signed on 15 October 2009, and came into force on 1 July 2011. Under the FTA, the EU agreed to eliminate or phase out tariffs on
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Interview was conducted by Daniel Novotny (Global Europe).

Dr. Sabathil, could you briefly go through what is the biggest challenge to your work at this moment.
Our big challenge for the moment is to keep our foreign policy strong and constant despite the obvious situation of the euro zone, which has also an impact on our partners and on our foreign policy clout; and pursue the foreign policy objectives of the EU with regard to different partners – even ...read more
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Seoul, 11 October 2012

Co-organizers: Global Europe and Yonsei-SERI EU Centre
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   EU EXTERNAL AFFAIRS REVIEW
   


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EU External Affairs Review, Vol. I (July 2011)
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EU External Affairs Review, Vol. II (July 2012)
 
CONTENTS
One Hat Too Many for the High Representative – Vice President? The Coherence of EU’s External Policies after Lisbon [346 kb]
Great Expectations? Perspectives from the EU Asia-Pacific Diplomatic Community on the EEAS [351 kb]
Still in Deficit: Perceptions of the EU’s Capabilities among Foreign Policy Elites in Singapore, Indonesia and Vietnam [341 kb]
ASEAN’s Relations with the EU: Obstacles and Opportunities [349 kb]
Competitive Fears: the EU, US and Free Trade Agreements in East Asia [352 kb]
Bilateral and Multilateral Frameworks of Cooperation between the EU and its Neighbourhood: Do They Really Add Value? [364 kb]
The EU’s Utilization of Conditionality in the European Neighbourhood Policy: The Case of the 2008 Armenian Presidential Election [373 kb]
   
 
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