13 Jan 2009

Gaza’s hell: Why the EU must change its policy

Nathalie Tocci / Richard Youngs / Michael Emerson

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For the second time in six months a vicious conflict has erupted on the periphery of Europe. Even more than the Georgian episode, the current conflagration in Gaza requires a major policy re-think from European governments.

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