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Charlemagne's notebook (The Economist)

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Charlemagne's notebook (The Economist) 1 Day, 17 Hours, 50 Minutes ago
The tricky German balance between shutting down violent extremists and preserving freedom of speech...
Pot calling kettle NEW
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European Parliament members who grilled European Commission candidates have transparency issues of their own...
No more Mr Nice Guy NEW
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Events leading up to last week’s European summit in Brussels marked a sea change in relations between Italy and the European Union...
Awkward timing NEW
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IT BEGAN with a bleeding nose and ended with a punch in the face. Yesterday's meeting of European Union heads of government in Brussels started inauspiciously, when the Cypriot president was taken to hospital after a series of nosebleeds; caused, sai...
What lies beneath NEW
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Tough hearings ahead NEW
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THE European Parliament will begin grilling the 28 candidates for the new European Commission today—and MEPs are determined to leave their mark on the new team. With the power to veto the entire commission team, the parliament has in the past s...
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The peace and safety of our throne NEW
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The Netherlands is ready to defend the international order. Unfortunately, it sold all its tanks...
Valls optimism NEW
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The transformation of German politics NEW
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Two more elections, and two more triumphs for the anti-euro Alternative for Germany...
Left turn NEW
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A tell-all book by the president’s former girlfriend...
Another little piece of Europe shifts right NEW
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In Saxony, the biggest winners were an upstart Eurosceptic party...
Back to work NEW
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The EU appoints people to two top jobs, and agonises over Ukraine...
No more Cuban-style policies? NEW
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Emmanuel Macron joins the government...
The government goes NEW
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A painful decision NEW
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Righteous in Holland and Gaza NEW
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HENK ZANOLI (pictured) is a 91-year-old retired Dutch lawyer whose personal history encapsulates the reasons why the Netherlands and Israel have had such friendly relations since the foundation of the Jewish state in the wake of the second world war.
Erdogan wins NEW
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Recep Tayyip Erdogan becomes the country’s first popularly elected president...