Politico (13 February 2020)
By Matthew Karnitschnig
As the world unravels around it, Europe is determined to engage beyond its borders.
Yet its real problem is what’s happening within them.
Increasingly squeezed between the U.S., China and Russia, the Continent has become paralyzed, unable to offer a coherent geopolitical strategy or even speak with one voice.
On issues as varied as whether to buy next-generation Chinese communications gear or engage in Libya, Europe finds itself not just sandwiched between competing foreign interests but also hostage to its internal divisions.
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