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Europe at the Crossroads

The present crisis over the euro offers a good opportunity to judge what kind of Europe has been constructed so far and

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The American Debt Crisis

As little as a week ago, a real compromise seemed within reach. Barack Obama and John Boehner seemed close to agreeing on

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Egypt after the Revolution

Egypt has moved beyond the Arab spring. Cairo, Tahrir Square – it is as if nothing has happened. The traffic is moving

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Turkey’s EU-Membership

Turkey still intents to attain EU membership. Since 1999, the perspective of joining the EU has acted as a strong stimulus for

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Bin Laden and Demjanjuk

In the past two weeks, two horrible criminals were brought to justice: Osama Bin Laden and John Demjanjuk. The German reaction to

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Osama Bin Laden

Yesterday was a day of relief for the international community. Even the German chancellor Merkel sent a congratulatory note to President Obama.

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ICT in Development Cooperation

Complex problems demand complex solutions. Indigenous conditions demand indigenous responses. These should be the tenets of international development assistance, based on the

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The EU and Gaddafi

I sincerely hope that the protests in Libya will end like the protests in Tunisia and Egypt. But I also know that

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The Egyptian Revolution

The Mediterranean Sea was a homogenous region during the reign of the Roman Empire. Interactions between Europe and the North African countries

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The End of Mubarak

When I studied at AlAzhar University in Cairo in 2003/2004, a heavy sense of stagnation seemed to suffocate Egyptian life. Forty percent

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