28 January 2019
In a difficult scenario in which the EU and its Member States are debating, France and Germany send a clear signal to the other members and strengthen bilateral cooperation, which is already particularly close under the 1963 Elyseo Treaty.
With the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, France and Germany, even within the framework of EU policies, they push the accelerator of integration on a vast area of subjects. If, in the press, we have read above all the “military” perspective, not unimportant, of course, the Treaty is, however, worthy of mention precisely because of the myriad of sectors in which the already fruitful cooperation will be further investigated.
A missed opportunity for Italy and other EU countries?
International contracts and the jurisdiction in the EU area – a seminar in Maribor (SLO)