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Charlemagne's notebook (The Economist)

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Another little piece of Europe shifts right NEW
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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
Emmanuel Macron joins the government...
The government goes NEW
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The French government resigned unexpectedly today after bitter disagreements over economic policy...
A painful decision NEW
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Germany's cabinet has gingerly decided to help arm the Kurds against the Islamic State...
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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.
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Recep Tayyip Erdogan becomes the country’s first popularly elected president...
The war and the panic NEW
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On July 28th 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war against Serbia. As our article from August 1st 1914 feared, the war quickly escalated when on that same day Germany, which was allied with Austria-Hungary, declared war against Russia (which wa...
Dark days NEW
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France's leaders are increasingly worried about the apparent rise of anti-Semitism in their country...
National heartbreak NEW
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“Everyone knew of someone” was heard throughout the weekend as the Dutch gathered in schools, churches and sports clubs to come to terms with the shock...
A job for the girl? NEW
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EU leaders fail to fill top jobs, and fight over Italy's Federica Mogherini...
Pedro Sánchez NEW
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The Socialists picked a relative unknown as their new leader...
The unbearable lightness of winning NEW
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The German style of celebration...
Sinking Sarko NEW
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France's former president is held by police for questioning...
A new headscarf row NEW
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A landmark ruling by France’s top appeal court says that a private day-care firm was within its rights when it fired a woman for wearing a Muslim headscarf...
A 500-year high point NEW
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OUR special report on Poland examines the country's relations with its neighbours, the shifting power of the Catholic church and how it fared after the global recession...
Trains, strikes and philosophy NEW
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A rolling national strike by trade unionists at the the national railways entered its sixth day, disrupting the start of the countrywide philosophy paper at the baccalauréat exams...
A new team at the helm NEW
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Antonis Samaras reshuffles his government...
June the Sixth NEW
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Our leader on the D-Day landings of June 6th 1944...
D-Day remembered NEW
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President François Hollande will greet Barack Obama, the American president, and other international leaders for a lunch and commemoration on Sword Beach...