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Meloni on the wrong track?

There hasn’t been a week lately without an article about the surge of far-right parties in Europe before the next EP election. If one...
Arrigo Mazzi
4 min read

Green, Greener, Greenest … or not

In the year 1789, something new and inspiring began.  On July 14, the Bastille, the notorious prison in the outskirts of Paris was stormed...
Leslie Zelinka
5 min read

Daring to say it out loud …

The age-old adage says that the boss is always right. Then, Rule #2 says that if the boss is wrong, please refer to Rule...
Leslie Zelinka
3 min read

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...
Ana Richter
4 min read

WAR. AT. ANY. PRICE.

Looking back over the past two months, a definite increase of voices in the EU arguing for a more direct involvement in the war...
Christopher Tapp
6 min read

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...
Ana Richter
3 min read

The end of the French “gloire”?

Though President Macron’s suggestion to send NATO soldiers to Ukraine was not completely out of the blue, yet it was so shocking, something difficult...
Christopher Tapp
4 min read

One possible reason behind the sudden urge to send…

When French President Emanuel Macron said that Europe shouldn’t rule out sending ground troops to Ukraine to prevent Russia from winning the war, this...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

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