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The death of Europe? Continental fates after Ukraine

The unravelling of the post-Cold War security order in Europe was both cause and
consequence of the crisis in Ukraine. The crisis was a symptom of the three-fold
failure to achieve the aspirations to create a ‘Europe whole and free’ enunciated
by the Charter of Paris in 1990, the drift in the European Union’s behaviour from
normative to geopolitical concerns, and the failure to institutionalize some form
of pan-continental unity. The structural failure to create a framework for normative
and geopolitical pluralism on the continent meant that Russia was excluded
from the new European order. No mode of reconciliation was found between
the Brussels-centred wider Europe and various …read more

Source: Chatham House

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