Ana Richter

 

   



23 Stories by Ana Richter

Ursula von der Leyen, the (failed) crisis manager

While promises made on the campaign trail get a politician elected, it is the unexpected challenges that give a real test of leadership skills...
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Mostly empty promises

As the world waits eagerly to see, whether Queen Ursula will get a chance for a second term or not, it might be interesting...
0 4 min read

A realistic fairy tale.

A long time ago in a galaxy far-far away, during a time of great economic turmoil, the leaders of a prosperous nation decided to...
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Thus passes the worldly glory …

When Ursula von der Leyen announced her re-election bid as European Commission president, the outcome seemed almost certain. Her bid was backed unanimously by...
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Spain’s Sánchez top achievement: exporting migration to other Member States

In late April, Spain’s socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez barely escaped resignation over corruption allegations linked to his wife. Considering the huge efforts and...
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To get involved or not to get involved, that’s the question

Usually, foreign policy takes a backseat during U.S. presidential elections, while domestic issues dominate the debates.  Except when two ingredients are present in a...
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The problem with political prophecies

On March 29 Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk gave an interview to European media grouping LENA, making his views very clear about the future...
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Looking behind the numbers…

A recent Gallup report (published mid-March and involving 12,000 Americans aged 18 and older, 85.6 percent of whom identified as heterosexual) showed that 7.6...
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