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Europeans and Americans Are Divided on the Transatlantic Relationship
October 15, 2021

Europeans and Americans Are Divided on the Transatlantic Relationship

By Susi Dennison and Dina Smeltz
New polling data shows that the American public is much more likely to sense a natural alliance with European countries than the reverse.

EU Diplomat Seeks Tighter Bond With Indonesia
June 03, 2021

EU Diplomat Seeks Tighter Bond With Indonesia

By Sebastian Strangio
Josep Borrell's visit to Jakarta reflects the broader European turn toward the Asia-Pacific.
A European FTA With India Is Not a Counterweight to China
June 01, 2021

A European FTA With India Is Not a Counterweight to China

By Krzysztof Iwanek
There is currently no way for India to take China’s place in the European Union’s economic relations.

Myanmar Elections Set to Exacerbate Erasure of the Rohingya Identity
October 20, 2020

Myanmar Elections Set to Exacerbate Erasure of the Rohingya Identity

By Kyaw Win and John Quinley III
A deeply flawed EU-funded election app exemplifies the tone-deaf approach of the international community.

Is a Renaissance in India-United Kingdom Relations in the Cards?
October 10, 2020

Is a Renaissance in India-United Kingdom Relations in the Cards?

By Abhijnan Rej
News reports suggest both countries are close to inking a military logistics agreement.

EU Says Its Envoy Erred After China Demanded Cuts to Op-ed
May 08, 2020

EU Says Its Envoy Erred After China Demanded Cuts to Op-ed

By Associated Press
In an op-ed to mark 45 years of EU-China relations, a reference to the coronavirus originating in China was removed at Beijing’s request.

EU Partially Withdraws Cambodia Trade Deal Amid Rights Concerns  
February 13, 2020

EU Partially Withdraws Cambodia Trade Deal Amid Rights Concerns  

By Andrew Nachemson
After months of speculation, the body has decided on a partial withdrawal of the Everything But Arms deal.
EU Adopts New Vietnam Deals Despite Human Rights Concerns
February 12, 2020

EU Adopts New Vietnam Deals Despite Human Rights Concerns

By Associated Press
Lawmakers overwhelmingly approved the previously negotiated deals in spite of lingering issues.

Europe in Afghanistan: After Nearly 20 Years, What Has Been Achieved?
February 08, 2020

Europe in Afghanistan: After Nearly 20 Years, What Has Been Achieved?

By Samina Ansari and Elliott Memmi
The EU says it will continue in its role as major peacebuilder, as well as peacemaker, for Afghanistan

EU Confronts Make or Break Decisions for Vietnam and Cambodia
February 06, 2020

EU Confronts Make or Break Decisions for Vietnam and Cambodia

By David Hutt
Two upcoming calls will help define the European Union’s ties with the Southeast Asian countries.

Why Foreign Policy Matters to Myanmar’s Democratic Transition
October 22, 2019

Why Foreign Policy Matters to Myanmar’s Democratic Transition

By Hnin Wint Nyunt Hman
In the best-case scenario, Myanmar would be rich like the East and democratic like the West. 
Europe’s Next Move and the US-China Standoff
October 04, 2019

Europe’s Next Move and the US-China Standoff

By Brigitte Dekker and Maaike Okano-Heijmans
In the face of the US-China trade-tech standoff, there’s need for EU action.

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