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    par Emmanuel Morucci Chronique RCF29 du 29 octobre 2015   Décidément les Européens que nous sommes avons bien du mal à surmonter l’arrivée massive des migrants dans l’Union européenne. C’est un révélateur. Au point même qu’un de mes collègues allemand parle dans un de ses éditos, et je partage son avis, de gâchis.… » read more

  Posted by Morucci Europe Blog

During a news conference in Warsaw some weeks before the parliamentary elections, Beata Szydło, then deputy leader of Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party and now designated prime minister, called on the Polish government to abandon the idea of adopting the euro and promised that her government’s first decision would be to close down the… » read more

  Posted by Ideas for a united & federal Europe

Since the spark of the US mortgage crisis in 2008 and the major repercussions that left behind in global scale, Eurozone has entered into a vicious circle of austerity and downfall. The economic stagnation and the myopic insistence on distorting the foundations of a welfare state in the European South (i.e. much more affected by… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

Next Wednesday, the German Chancellor and the French President will jointly address the European Parliament in Strasbourg. This will be the first time that the leaders of the two greatest political powers of the Union address the representatives of the European citizens together since François Mitterrand and Helmut Kohl in 1989 in the aftermath of… » read more

  Posted by Ideas for a united & federal Europe

The first time it happened, on 22 November 1989, the German Chancellor outshone the French President. It was under a fortnight since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Helmut Kohl sounded confident and decisive, clear in his call for enlargement of the European Community and commitment to the goal of political union. François Mitterrand, by… » read more

  Posted by Andrew Duff - On Governing Europe

Syriza won for a third time in a row during 2015. The first time was last January, the second in July’s referendum with the resounding “No”, and now on September 20. In Bridging Europe, already since late August, we have predicted the turnout, depicting the margin of Syriza between 5-7%. But what were these elements… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

There was no space for compromise during yesterday’s debate. From the first moment Syriza leader Tsipras ruled out any possible grand coalition between Syriza and New Democracy. On his side ND leader Meimarakis was very offensive against Tsipras in an effort to record a win a for his party after a disastreous performance last January.… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

La pasada semana se celebraba en Estrasburgo, en la sesión plenaria del Parlamento Europeo, el debate sobre el Estado de la Unión. Correspondió al presidente de la Comisión, Jean-Claude Juncker, trazar en su discurso el marco de situación en que nos hallamos y la estrategia para afrontar los principales a los que se enfrenta la… » read more

  Posted by Con acento hispano

  Many were expecting that this debate last night would be extremely boring. They were right as all political leaders had nothing fresh to offer in the discussion. Nonetheless, even in this stiff depiction of Greek political life, we can come to some useful conclusions.   After a first reading, each one of the political… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

La période estivale a été riche en évènements qui ont mis en évidence l’intérêt et l’utilité de l’Union européenne. Grèce, producteurs de porcs ou de lait, migrants et réfugiés, terrorismes et sécurité des transports, libre circulation des Européens au sein de l’Union, protection des frontières et garde-côtes européenne voilà autant d’exemples qui, s’ils peuvent se… » read more

  Posted by Morucci Europe Blog

La période estivale a été riche en évènements qui ont mis en évidence l’intérêt et l’utilité de l’Union européenne. Grèce, producteurs de porcs ou de lait, migrants et réfugiés, terrorismes et sécurité des transports, libre circulation des Européens au sein de l’Union, protection des frontières et garde-côtes européenne voilà autant d’exemples qui, s’ils peuvent se… » read more

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