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How to liberalise the European-IT-market

The digital market works differently to the analogue economy. Whoever has the relevant data can control market concentration and dictate how competition

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It’s the Chancellor, Stupid!

In fact, Eastern European and German critics had hoped that the attempted murder would finally change Ms Merkel’s view of Vladimir Putin.

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The Ukrainian crisis

It all began as an internal Ukrainian crisis in November 2013, when President Viktor Yanukovych rejected a deal for greater integration with the EU. Now it has turned into a war. How will it play out?

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Counterproductive Sanctions against Russia

Various justifications for sanctions have been presented stating that Russia should be penalised for her annexation of Crimea and support of the

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How Europe is losing the battle against Putin

It is not just the drawn-out war in Ukraine that has begun to pique the interest of European politicians and the international

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Competing histories create a controversial present

Twenty five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it is as though a large part of the twentieth century never

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How Russia tricks the West and controls Ukraine

Much has been written about the Russian military concept of _maskirovka_, broadly defined as a set of processes aimed to deceive Russia’s

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Putin’s tactics against the West

It has become dangerously difficult to predict Vladimir Putin’s next moves and the boundaries – both geographical and ethical – he will

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What the West needs to do about Ukraine

Cambridge historian Christopher Clark misleadingly titled his account of the origins of World War I “The Sleepwalkers.” There is no chance of

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Why worries about the Crimean crisis are overblown

Using military force can be a sign of strength or of weakness. In the case of Crimea, the lines have become increasingly

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