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Trouble brews in Renew (again)

About three years ago, Euronews ran an article about the internal debates within Renew Europe: about differences “pitting the old liberals and democrats of...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

Europe’s bad cook no longer hesitates between enlargement and…

The enlargement of the European Union in 2004, with the accession of 10 countries of Eastern and Southern Europe to the European Union was...
Arrigo Mazzi
4 min read

Spain’s Sánchez top achievement: exporting migration to other Member…

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...
Ana Richter
4 min read

Desperate times call for desperate measures

Ever since Hippocrates, humanity often relied on the desperate times call for desperate measures principle in their need. Starting with the Roman Republic, one...
Christopher Tapp
2 min read

What next after the ECHR decision on climate change?

With its latest decision, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled that government inaction on climate change violated fundamental human rights. The aim...
Arrigo Mazzi
4 min read

A change of tide? Maybe?

In the autumn of 2019, Hilary Dawn Cass OBE, a renowned British physician in pediatric disability agreed to conduct a review of international research...
Leslie Zelinka
5 min read

A new European “definition” for freedom of speech?

The National Conservatism Conference, though it was labeled as “Farage’s and Orbán’s right wing jamboree” is not the meeting point for hardcore European Neo-Nazis....
Arrigo Mazzi
3 min read

To get involved or not to get involved, that’s…

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...
Ana Richter
4 min read

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