Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

The Role of Cyprus

July 6, 2012

“On July 1, one of the EU’s smallest states and most recent members — the Republic of Cyprus — assumed the six month presidency of the E.U.  With a U.S. Presidential election upon us, it is hard to fathom how a country with a population of under one million can be relevant for the rest of 2012.  Make no mistake about it: Cyprus’ turn at the helm of the E.U. will be as consequential as any presidency worldwide for the rest of 2012…” (Huffington Post)

Read Endy Zeminides’ latest piece, “Cyprus: Small Country, Big Presidency,” on the Huffington Post.

Endy Zemenides is a member of the National Strategy Forum Review Editorial Board.

Is There a Europe to be Saved?

June 28, 2012

With the European summit on June 28-29, all eyes are on this meeting as the leaders address their region’s deteriorating economic crisis.  Can the European Union be saved?  Is there even a sense of European community to save?

Endy Zemenides, a National Strategy Forum Review Editorial Board member, discusses the problem of solidarity among the European states and why the lack of solidarity is impeding a quick solution to the economic crisis.  The ability for Europe to solidify around a common cause will have broad repercussions for U.S. national security.

Read Is There a Europe to be Saved? by Endy Zemenides at the Huffington Post.