There is a thin line between strategic autonomy and strategic irrelevance. Just ask the European Union. It has made the former the signature goal of its nascent defence and security policy, yet has found itself in recent days contemplating the latter, amid the exchange of insults and missiles between the US and Iran.
The most conspicuous casualty of the latest US-Iran stand-off is Europe’s greatest, and arguably its only, foreign policy achievement of the past...
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