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The year 2017 will see the clash of big-power nationalisms. A disunited Europe risks becoming a playground for the clash of great power rivalries.
Economic development based on moderation and sustainability could alleviate some of the discontent brewing in the world.
As the extremists gain traction, the welcome for Muslims will wear even thinner in Europe.
Britain’s vote to leave the EU sent shockwaves around the world, and nowhere more so than in the UK’s external trade relations.
The time is right to move towards action in the relationship between the EU and ASEAN.
As it pushes innovation up its agenda, Europe can learn from the experience of China’s tech entrepreneurs.
Next year promises to be an important one for EU-ASEAN relations.
A permanent state of hate and anger is not a recipe for societal well-being. Living together requires a degree of courtesy and polite interaction.
Lulled by the opinion polls and its own wishful thinking, Europe expected US foreign policy continuity following a Hillary Clinton victory.
Behind the headlines many young Arabs are looking to bring about social and political change that can help the Middle East and North Africa advance.
Relations between the EU and Africa have long been shaped by post-colonial continuity: Africa exports raw materials, Europe sends back manufactured goods.