A key reference in the text:
Many references - many commitments - but expert comments so far to the overall text point to a shift in emphasis from values to interests. Judge for yourself:
Snapshot from my freedom page - can one expect at least one colour change in the world freedom map for next year to the worse?
Here is the structure using the see-the-links tool in outline format - click the image to get to the full screen application. There you can hover over the headlines to get the excerpts directly and click to change focus and see further links. May be useful since the text covers 60 pages and 15ooo words...
And here is the link to my webpage on strategies with the full text of the Global Strategy attached.
Trafficking contexts in the #EUGlobalstrategy -click here to go to the full screen see-the-links tool.
Trafficking in the sitemap of my website:
My dedicated human trafficking page with several Twitter feeds in English and Swedish:
And click on image below to see information about drugs trafficking:
Search trafficking and you will find it in many different contexts on my pages - and currently more than 18000 hits on the EEAS website.
The sheer length of the strategy has allowed the mentioning of a large number of countries and regions around the world. This makes the absence of mentioning as a partner more visible than enumeration. Most visible change in this regard: Russia - now descibed more as a strategic challenge. Click on the see-the links tool image below to get to the application with text excerpts and links (membership page):
Full range o geographic case studies here
Go to the full screen see-the-links application here