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And, the winner is … China

As Mastercard and Visa and American Express stopped or suspended their operations in Russia (either part of the sanctions or occasionally, self-sanctioning, acting before...
Marta Loeb
5 min read

European energy supplies revamped by the end of the…

If staunchly anti-nuclear Germany contemplates prolonging the operations of its nuclear power plants (even if it is unlikely to happen, due to a bunch...
Christopher Tapp
5 min read

It’s time to unite to protect the common interests

As per Article II. Section 3 of the US Constitution, the president shall “from time to time give to Congress information of the State...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

Who will join the EU next?

Pictures of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy signing the country’s official request to join the EU were hot topics all over Europe. So was his...
Marta Loeb
3 min read

When trust is lost…

We might never know whether it was an enormous miscalculation on Russia’s side or a deliberate act to hasten the turning-away from the post-Cold...
Leslie Zelinka
2 min read

What the Ukraine crisis could mean to Article 7…

Amidst the ever-growing tension on the borders of Ukraine, it basically went on unnoticed, at least was acknowledged without much upheaval, that, on February...
Leslie Zelinka
2 min read

The EU stands united

For the third time since the end of WWII, Russian tanks are roaring on the streets of European cities to stop or turn back...
Christopher Tapp
3 min read

Europe once again between the hammer and anvil

Europe stands united behind Ukraine and is, as of now willing to pay the price of this decision. As many analysts have pointed already...
Marta Loeb
4 min read

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