15 Jan 2010

Reinvigorating the EU’s Role in the post-Copenhagen Landscape

Noriko Fujiwara

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Noriko Fujiwara performs a quick post-mortem on the outcome and performance of the EU at Copenhagen in this new CEPS Commentary and then swiftly moves on to draw lessons for how the EU can effectively and forcefully project itself into the forthcoming series of meetings leading to the next annual conference (COP16) in Mexico City before the end of the year.

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