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Gerard wrote:Von der Leyen: 'Europe must learn the language of power'In the future, she added, the EU's partners should expect stronger positions from the bloc as the former strategy of exercising "soft power" is no longer enough in today's world.
How ironic. If there is any group that should NOT have access to power, that's the Europeans, considering the amount of misery they caused the rest of the world, be it the crusades, colonialism, racial conflicts, or the so-called world wars, in plural.