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EU budget: Don’t cut the left arm to save the right NEW
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Article by Joseph Daul and Reimer Boege, published on EU the Observer, on November 21, 2012 EU heads of state and government will congregate for their extraordinary EU summit in Brussels Thursday evening (22 November). But the biggest losers of the...
Establishing the value of democracy NEW
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Article by Brian Wilson, published on The Scotsman, on November 21, 2012 I am accustomed to viewing the world from the periphery of Europe. This time, however, my vantage point is further south than normal, looking out on the Atlantic from a rather p...
Europe would lose if Britain left the union NEW
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Article by Gideon Rachman published on the Financial Times, on November 19, 2012 The relationship between Britain and the EU looks like a marriage gone bad. Rows are becoming more and more frequent. The two parties are talking openly about separation...
A Green European Budget NEW
The EUDO Café 2 Years, 4 Weeks, 2 Days, 9 Hours, 36 Minutes ago
Article by Jacques Delors, published on Project-Syndicate.org, on November 18, 2012 However predictable the difficult negotiations that accompany European politics may seem to be, in the end they seldom fail to surprise. A crucial European Union summ...
The time-bomb at the heart of Europe NEW
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Article by Charlemagne, published on The Economist, on November 16, 2012 THE threat of the euro’s collapse has abated for the moment, but putting the single currency right will involve years of pain. The pressure for reform and budget cuts is fierc...
Goodbye euro, hello recession NEW
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Article by Gustav Horn, published on Die Zeit, on November 14, 2012 A what-if: What would happen if Germany were to leave the euro, as the investor George Soros is calling for? Read the article.
The EU and public opinions: a love-hate relationship? NEW
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Study by Salvatore Signorelli published on Notre-Europe.eu, on November 9, 2012 The European Union has long sought to analyse the expectations of the public opinions which express a distrust that has increased in recent years. It is on the basis of...
What to expect from the Czech presidential election NEW
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Article by Jan Hornát published on OpenDemocracy.net, on November 13, 2012 In the first ever direct presidential election, the Czechs will head to the polls in January to elect their future head of state. The list of official candidates, who met th...
Europe’s Populists at the Gate NEW
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Article by Barry Eichengreen published on Project-Syndicate.com, on November 9, 2012 Is Europe’s crisis over? Investors, policy analysts, and even officials are quietly beginning to suggest that this might be the case. The euro has strengthened by...
Toil and trouble NEW
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Article published on The Economist, on November 10, 2012 Greece’s fragile coalition government only narrowly averted disaster on November 7th when it won parliamentary approval for a drastic new austerity package. The package scraped through with 1...
Britain on the brink NEW
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Article by John Wyles published on European.Voice.com, on November 8, 2012 Five years ago it was different. Now, it is no longer exceptional to hear people in Brussels talk of ‘when’ the United Kingdom pulls out of the European Union rather t...
Towards a European Party System? NEW
The EUDO Café 2 Years, 1 Month, 1 Week, 4 Days, 13 Hours, 40 Minutes ago
Dimitri Almeida Amidst what is arguably the most severe crisis the European Union had to face in recent memory, we tend to overlook crucial dynamics in the transformation of the European polity. The sovereign debt crisis and the rising scepticism o...
Obama II and Europe NEW
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Article by Daniela Vincenti published on EurActiv.com on November 7, 2012 With stratospheric popularity levels in Europe, Barack Obama – who won a second term last night – is expected to make a renewed commitment to energising the world e...
Europe’s Regional Revolts NEW
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Article by Ana Palacio, published on Project-Syndicate.org, on November 5, 2012 In both Catalonia and Scotland, calls for independence are growing once again – an indication of conditions not only in Spain and the United Kingdom, but in the Europea...
Romney or Obama, it’s all the same for Europe NEW
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Article by Mario Platero, published on Il Sole-24 Ore on November 5, 2012 Americans head to the polls tomorrow with a last-minute provocation from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on the subject of Europe. “Italy, Spain and Greece”,...
Greece flirts with tyranny and Europe looks away NEW
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Article by Nick Cohen, published on The Observer, on November 4, 2012 When those madcap Scandinavian satirists awarded the Nobel peace prize to the European Union, they let everyone in on the joke by praising its commitment to “reconciliation,...
Turkey’s Kurdish policy: sleepwalking to crisis NEW
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Article by Bill Park published on openDemocracy.net on October 31, 2012 Turkey’s domestic Kurdish difficulties show no signs of abating. Indeed, they are worsening. Just one symptom is that more than 600 Kurdish prisoners are entering the eighth we...
When corporations bankroll politics, we all pay the price NEW
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Article by George Monbiot published on The Guardian, on October 29, 2012 It’s a revolting spectacle: the two presidential candidates engaged in a frantic and demeaning scramble for money. By 6 November, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will each h...
How European Mainstream Political Parties Become Not Old-Fashioned NEW
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Florian Hartleb Introduction Democracy in Europe is now a multilevel governance system with a sometimes opaque interdependence of policies, institutions and actors such as entrepreneurs, media and lobbyists. At the same time, society is changing, a...
Give us a break with your nation states NEW
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Article by Hans Hoyng, published on Der Spiegel on October 25, 2012 As we were all anointed winners of the Nobel Peace Prize and the first flush of self-adulation was over, the realists among the experts began to wrinkle their noses: nice, indeed, b...