The European Union has a historic chance to resolve a bitter, frozen conflict in its neighbourhood.
We talk about our common foreign and security policy, but we are often too timid about using our influence in our neighbourhood, even when all 27 member states are in broad agreement.
Yet right on our doorstep we see a conflict which cries out for a constructive and imaginative initiative by our High Representative, Cathy Ashton.
The European Union will this week accept t...
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