Marta Loeb


62 Stories by Marta Loeb

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,...
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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...
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To cap or not to cap

The last few days saw a series of desperate last-minute efforts to tackle the looming energy price crisis of the EU, starting from Sweden’s...
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Russia’s new-old friends

In time of need, Russia used the July 19 Tehran meeting to reach out to some partners, both old and not so old. Officially...
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A new NATO enlargement in sight?

The actual wordings varied, but the meaning was the same. Turkey is causing problems for Finland and Sweden’s plans to join NATO. Turkey threw...
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Looking back at the French elections

Party. Champagne. Great speeches. Politicians from all over the world congratulating. But, in the same time, protests on French streets. That was how Emmanuel...
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A less obvious lesson of the French elections

The current issue of Foreign Affairs features a lengthy analysis, written by Francis Fukuyama. It starts with a short but powerful sentence; Liberalism is...
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Quo vadis, World Order?

The Expo 2020 in Dubai gave home to a monster-gathering on March 29-30, the World Government Summit (lucky, isn’t it, that the COVID pandemic...
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