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Qatargate keeps the EP busy

Qatargate has not rocked the very fundaments of the EU (in fact the European Commission and the European Council have already declared that the...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

Is 2015 about to repeat itself?

The shocking pictures of the drowned Syrian toddler Alan Kurdi will probably haunt for forever whoever had seen them back in 2015. For many,...
Marta Loeb
2 min read

Maybe it’s not too late to act…

Leading political forces all over Europe could get a glimpse into the future during the last ten days or so, as protests engulfed the...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

Macron’s Momentum (or is it?)

Though things are not going quite well for him at home, with mass protests having crippled France for days and, instead of building bridges...
Marta Loeb
2 min read

With or without Xi, China’s path seems straightforward

The 20th Party Congress of the Communist Party kicked off with a two-hour long speech of Xi Jinping. Standing under the scrutinizing gaze of...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

A slap across the face of the West?

The West, led by President Biden and the leaders of Europe have been arguing for months for an increase in oil production, hoping to...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

The trenches have been dug, the circles are closing

Whether Mr. Xi Jinping will get confirmed for his third term on October 16, on the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party...
Leslie Zelinka
4 min read

To ship or not to ship

Holding a press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, referring to the war in Ukraine, that “there can...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

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