Progress with Unity, Regress in Magnanimity

We open this week the last thematic chapter of our series ’60 years in 6000 characters’ : Europe and the world. The topic is introduced by Syuzanna Vasilyan, a scientific collaborator at IEE-ULB. 

In her article, Syuzanna Vasilyan argues that since the New Cold War the EU’s foreign policy in its neighbourhood has been marked by an increase in unity but a decrease in magnanimity. Its ‘moral power’ has waned, with the Union faring as an ‘actual’ ‘power’ only on the ‘moral’ parameter of coherence. 

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