Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Working with the European Union

Working with the European Union

Abstract

The past year saw growing uncertainty about the future of the European Union. Whether it becomes weaker or stronger, and whether it acts as a global partner or competitor, the United States cannot afford to ignore the EU. By understanding the different EU decision-making processes for defense, foreign policy, counterterrorism, and economic issues, the United States can do a better job of advancing its interests in Europe.

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