Europe's Sovereignty Depends on Containing Russia's Ambitions

by Benjamin Domenech on 8:33 am July 31, 2009

“Since the days of Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko, regimes have come and gone, but the conviction endures that only classical powers matter: the United Kingdom, France, and above all Germany, long a political dwarf but always an economic giant,” writes André Glucksmann. “In the face of a global crisis, European disunity is evident.”

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