The deep and heavily institutionalised model of the EU cannot possibly be applied to different economic and geographic conditions and it thus does not seem right to measure other integration models only from the EU
ASEAN is moving rapidly to forge a stronger political and security identity, with members engaged in an array of new initiatives designed to achieve the ambitious goal in 2015. Reforms underway in Myanmar have added
When the nominally-civilian but quasi-military leadership under Thein Sein announced that it would introduce reforms when it was inaugurated last year, hardly anybody believed it. Yet, less than one year on, a series of steps
The Middle East peace process (MEPP) has become a specific barometer to measure different dimensions of European influence and exercise of its quest for ‘global actorness’. Since 2002, the European Union has played an active
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