Judy Dempsey

Carnegie Europe

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Judy Dempsey is a nonresident senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and editor-in-chief of its Strategic Europe blog. She is the author of The Merkel Phenomenon.

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At the G-7 meeting today in Italy heads of state are clashing over trade, climate change and terrorism.

Trump's European trip causes concerns for security and trade

At the G-7 meeting today in Italy heads of state are clashing over trade, climate change and terrorism.

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David Cameron today told skeptics in Parliament that Britain should stay in the European Union because, "we have the best of both worlds."

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David Cameron today told skeptics in Parliament that Britain should stay in the European Union because, "we have the best of both worlds."

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As casualties mount in Eastern Ukraine, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President François Holland met in Kiev today with Secretary of State John Kerry.

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As casualties mount in Eastern Ukraine, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President François Holland met in Kiev today with Secretary of State John Kerry.

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