China offensive by Theresa L Kraus; Center of Military History

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Essentially, there are areas of competency in which the EU and the national can overlap and find themselves at odds, despite the stated aim of the Common Foreign 38 A. KALAITZIDIS and Security Policy (CFSP) being to present a unified front in areas where major “European” interests are at stake, such as trade negotiations etc. Most importantly, this overlap is causing an identity crisis for the continent. Between the Treaty of Maastricht when the European Economic Community ceased to exist and a “political community” began its life, and the Treaty of Lisbon, the attempt to salvage what was left of the sinking European Constitution idea became evident.

It increased political tension by predictably blaming the previous socialist government for the economic mess, but it also undermined Greek credibility among EU allies. Populism became the most important tools of electoral success in 2004, with the socialists publicly expressing their opinion that Greece was doing better than the conservatives were letting on. PASOK leader Giorgos Papandreou, during the 2009 parliamentary elections, famously said “there is money,” which off course turned out to be a flagrant falsehood.

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