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Strategic Europe

Strategic Europe

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The obvious and often painful mismatch between aspiration and reality in European foreign policy has plagued discourse on European integration during the last decade. Today, the simple truth is that the Lisbon institutions have brought more ambiguity than clarity about Europe’s capacity and role in the world.

In the fall of 2011, Carnegie Europe asked a select group of policymakers, diplomats, academics, think tank experts, and journalists to contribute concise and timely interpretations about what a truly strategic Europe would look like.

The resulting volume looks to reinvigorate the debate about Europe’s global impact with new perspectives, fresh impulses, and thought-provoking ideas on how Europe can better position itself as a strategic player on the world stage.
The obvious and often painful mismatch between aspiration and reality in European foreign policy has plagued discourse on European integration during the last decade. Today, the simple truth is that the Lisbon institutions have brought more ambiguity than clarity about Europe’s capacity and role in the world.

In the fall of 2011, Carnegie Europe asked a select group of policymakers, diplomats, academics, think tank experts, and journalists to contribute concise and timely interpretations about what a truly strategic Europe would look like.

The resulting volume looks to reinvigorate the debate about Europe’s global impact with new perspectives, fresh impulses, and thought-provoking ideas on how Europe can better position itself as a strategic player on the world stage.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Mar 02, 2012
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The obvious and often painful mismatch between aspiration and reality in European foreign policy has plagued discourse on European integration during the last decade. Today, the awkward truth is that the Lisbon institutions have brought more ambiguity than clarity about Europe’s capacity and role in the world.To surmount this impasse, Carnegie Europe is reinvigorating the debate with new perspectives, fresh impulses, and thought-provoking ideas on this key policy eld.By discussing long-term European foreign policy interests and objectives, asking how they should be prioritized, inquiring how they can be pursued, and seeking to identify which means and instruments will be needed to do so,
Strategic Europe
 aspires to infuse the European foreign policy discussionwith the sense of strategic purpose that is so often lacking in current discourse.As a rst step, in a special online series in the fall of 2011, a select group of policymakers, diplomats, academics, think tankers, and journalists contributed concise and timely interpretations of what a truly strategic Europe would look like.Follow the
Strategic Europe
 debate online for further commentary and analysis on the daunting international challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace © 2012  All rights reservedTe Carnegie Endowment does not take institutional positions on public policy issues; the views represented here are the authors’ own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Endowment, its staff, or its trustees.
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