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Update not to miss: EEAS 2.5

Update not to miss: EEAS 2.5

For a targeted group of people the hottest moment of the upcoming summer won’t be at the beach in Ibiza. As Art. 13 of Council Decision 2010/427/EU establishing the organisation and functioning of the European External Action Service (EEAS) calls upon the High Representative (HR) to provide a review of …

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How ‘common’ is the EU foreign policy?

How ‘common’ is the EU foreign policy?

On the eve of the third and final presidential debate dedicated to the U.S. foreign policy between President Obama and Governor Romney, it is appropriate time to get back to the common foreign policy of the EU and explore where it stands today.
The Treaty of Lisbon introduces two important elements …

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Smart Sharing

Smart Sharing

“We talk about smart defence as if we’d done stupid defense before. I’d like to believe we had smart defense all the time,” said one of our guest speakers during the Young Atlanticists Summit in Chicago couple of months ago. We were giggling awhile as for the first time we, as Young Atlanticists, …

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A Transatlantic Plan for Growth and Jobs

A Transatlantic Plan for Growth and Jobs

by Hristiana Grozdanova & Anna Maria Barcikowska
When both sides of the Atlantic face fiscal and macroeconomic challenges at home and around the globe, it seems like the only way to overcome to shortcomings is to stay united. Looking back at the history of the European Union, one could see that in …

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About the Author

Hristiana Grozdanova
Hristiana Grozdanova

Hristiana Grozdanova is EU foreign policy adviser. She also worked for the Prime Minister’s Office in Bulgaria as an expert responsible for monitoring the decision-making process and implementation of EU law in the internal market. She has also worked in the Cabinet of the EU commissioner for consumer protection. Hristiana is the author of numerous articles and brochures on EU citizens’ rights and instruments for their protection. For her work solving the problems caused by the misapplication of EU law, she was awarded with the title of “SOLVIT Goodwill Ambassador.”
She is a member of the NATO Young Atlanticist Working Group at the Atlantic Council in Washington DC, a program bringing together 90 top emerging global leaders in foreign and security policy.
All opinions in this blog are personal.

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