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Dropping the ballast

European Union is not sailing the waves of multiple crises particularly well. It is still floating, but just barely, patching things up and dropping the ballast. Last year, when the existence of Eurozone was (again) in question, Greece was ritually sacrificed. It´s new government had to swallow a bitter – and largely counter-productive – medicine,… » read more

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In Central Europe, and Slovakia in particular, the current refugee crisis reveals an awful lot about the prevailing public mind-set and the nature of our political elites. Few of these revelations are in any way pleasing. Positions held, and openly articulated, by politicians like Prime Ministers Robert Fico (Slovakia) and Viktor Orban (Hungary) shocked many… » read more

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It took some time to get all the blogging thinking back in order inside to start fully commitment into writing and posting regularly so you can continue to follow the my world, my work and the projects I’m around on the following new alternative spaces: My personal stuff is now called: World With Jan  … » read more

It took some time to get all the blogging thinking back in order inside to start fully commitment into writing and posting regularly so you can continue to follow the my world, my work and the projects I’m around on the following new alternative spaces: My personal stuff is now called: World With Jan  … » read more

It took some time to get all the blogging thinking back in order inside to start fully commitment into writing and posting regularly so you can continue to follow the my world, my work and the projects I’m around on the following new alternative spaces: My personal stuff is now called: World With Jan  … » read more

On 22 December, Serbia officially submitted its candidacy for membership of European Union. A long and arduous process of indefinite duration and whose conclusion will be settled on later, although prospects for this country are not very good, not being foreseen an early resolution. Some analysts believe that membership will not take place before 2018.… » read more

The hard path to the approval of Lisbon Treaty highlights the unresolved problems of minorities in Eastern and Central Europe. The hasty accession to EU of new countries since 2004, has left minorities issues far behind. Problems turn up every time European Union intends to take a step forward. The new wording of the Treaty… » read more

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