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Boris Johnson: accomplished Brexit and failed trust

Marking minds about Brexit: the Queen’s Speech. Seven days after the general election on 12 December 2019, the state opening

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Austerity in Europe

Years of austerity have left their mark on Europe: budget deficits have shrunk, reforms have been delayed, and the social costs of cuts are increasingly visible.

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Refugees looking for asylum in Europe

Immediately it reminded me of what happened in the verge of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire when thousands (now Syrians and

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Why we need a unification of the West

The relationship between continental Europe and the United States is strained: the debate on TTIP, the NSA affair, the disunity in matters

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Cretan, Athenian, and Christian

Europe draws upon three cultural origins: Cretan, Athenian, and Christian. Cretan culture derives from Minoan civilization, pre-Roman Athenian culture to Greek civilization,

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Our Vandalized and Forgotten Memorials

In the early hours of July 7, 2014, the phrases “4Innocent Muslims”, “Blair Lied Thousands Died” and “J7 Truth” were sprayed on

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A Common European Culture

European citizen, of French nationality, Bulgarian by birth and American by adoption, I am not insensitive to harsh critiques of Europe, but

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Greek elections and Syriza’s role for Europe

This would be a watershed election, even if Greece was not under the limelight. It is the first time in Greece’s postwar

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Topics of the European Elections 2014

The upcoming elections to the European Parliament will determine whether Europe is moving towards an ever-closer union or drifting towards a fragmented and estranged region. We want to address the pre

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Europe’s Geopolitical Impotence

There are certainly many reasons to identify "Europe" with "crisis" in May 2013. Yet the failure of the European project is most

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