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Clairement orientés pro-EU la Présidence Macron et son Gouvernement s’attèlent à une remise En Marche de l’Union Européenne. Très bien. Il faut se souvenir que les dernières années rappellent la période 1980-85 caractérisées par la méfiance et la paralysie de l’Union.   C’est en 1985 que Jacques Delors est nommé Président de la Commission avec… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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Guest blog post by David Heibron Price, a Brussels-based writer and journalist, and editor of the Schuman Project. On US President Donald Trump’s eight-day visit abroad this week he will touch down in four countries, discussing global politics and religion. Will he be met in Brussels with confusion on defence, security, culture and religion? In… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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The European Union lives between agony and ecstasy. An agony related to the economic crisis and the trust of the citizens in the EU institutions, but also an enthusiasm linked to the recent national elections. After a distressing year 2016, the March elections in the Netherlands have isolated Geert Wilders, and the “Brussels option candidate”… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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D’abord le soulagement : « Ouf ! » a titré laconiquement le journal allemand die Zeit. Puis le renouveau, et c’est ainsi que le New York Times a accueilli les résultats de l’élection présidentielle française concluant son article par un éclatant « Vive la France! Vive l’Europe ! ». Les élections françaises donnent incontestablement un coup d’arrêt… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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The EU as a ‘normative power’ is delusional, writes Emilie Naulot. Using the example of the diplomatic recognition of Taiwan, this article argues that when economic and security interests are at stake, ideological pretensions tend to be left aside. Indeed, Taiwan ticks all the boxes to be considered as a sovereign nation-state and exhibits good… » read more

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