While the U.S. has sent 3,000 troops to fight Ebola in West Africa, the European Union is still debating how to act more effectively on the ground. That's because the EU lacks an operation strategy to make the best use of its assets, two experts from a Brussels-based think tank write in this exclusive commentary.
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