In the world of international policy, coalitions are key. Gaining consensus in matters of security lends legitimacy and unity of purpose to actions. But in the European Union most Common Security and Foreign Policy (CSFP) decisions require unanimity over some form of majority vote. WAR ROOM welcomes David Haugen, Audrey Laden, and Craig McFarland to examine the necessary changes to the Treaty on European Union to effectively counter emerging threats and ensure survival of the EU.
If he didn’t do that, he should have. If you’ve ever spent any time with historians you know that they are the worst people to watch a movie with. Custer never said that, Roosevelt didn’t jump up from his wheelchair, there was no grass on that battlefield in 1917. A BETTER PEACE gathered three of […]