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"Together, the U.K. and the U.S. have constantly advocated for more NATO, rather than more EU security. The combined effect of Brexit and of Trump’s neglect for Brussels, have created new challenges - and consequently new opportunities - which the EU was quick to grab. For the last seventy years, the Europeans have tried to integrate in security and defense. While the failure of the EDC was a French-Italian affair, any subsequent attempt to integrate was stopped by London, acting in parallel with Washington. Trump’s reaction was late and, most of all, counter-effective. This time, several factors suggest that the EU may be able to achieve its goals."
"Carnegie’s Federiga Bindi gives her overall impression of the recent European parliament elections on CGTN America, which had the highest voter turnout in two decades. She mentions one of the biggest takeaways from this election are the weakening of Europe’s mainstream political parties and how this will effect the political future of the European Union."
"CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Federiga Bindi from John Hopkins University about the lasting financial impact of the ongoing political turmoil."