‘Variable Geometry’ Seeks Direction
An interconnected world now faces the reality that the postwar "G" model, long a bastion for Western states, no longer reflects global realities. Strategic positioning has fundamentally changed and so-called 'variable geometry' is here to stay. The pressing challenge is to find forms of governance that respect the new pluralism. Europe’s influence stands to fade unless it learns to wear one face.
- Thursday, 27 June 2013