EEAS making progress, needs more time

EEAS making progress, needs more time


David O’Sullivan was leaving for his Christmas holiday in 2010 when he got the letter.

The Director General for Trade at the European Commission who had spent the last year trying to formulate an EU foreign diplomacy department, O’Sullivan and the others involved with the project had not known whether it would amount to anything permanent.

The letter informed him that he would be permanently transferred to the European External Action Service (EEAS).  

O’Sul...


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