“Europe in 2030: four alternative futures”, Luis Simón and Ulrich Speck (eds.), December 2017 (Elcano, Spain)

Europe’s future is not what it used to be. Ever since the global financial crisis broke out nearly a decade ago, Europe has been hit by one crisis after another. The aim is to focus on the broader European geopolitical architecture, paying special attention to the link between intra-European political relations and Europe’s role in the world.

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