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Emmanuel Macron, a 39 years old former banker from Rothschild and France’s former Minister of the Economy, is likely to become the new President of the French Republic. His victory against the National Front and the French political establishment in the first round of the French Presidential election was largely anticipated by the latest polls,… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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Elettra Di Massa, EU Politics postgraduate student at LSE discusses the consequences of increased EU-Libya cooperation on migration management, and why this approach is not feasible, both on grounds of human rights and effective migration management. Since the EU hammered out a deal with Turkey in March 2016, EU officials and national governments have been… » read more

  Posted by 1989 Generation Initiative

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L’enjeu n’est pas le sort de Mme Le Pen ou des français seuls, mais de toute l’Europe. La victoire de Emmanuel Macron n’est pas acquise en toute certitude, il faut rester mobilisé et pour ceux qui sont appelés à voter, ils doivent voter effectivement pour Emmanuel Macron. Les habiletés rhétoriques du type “pas une voix… » read more

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by Prof. Herwig Hofmann and Catherine Warin Le droit de l’Union n’est plus ce qu’il était aux premiers jours de l’intégration il y a soixante ans. Née sous la forme de la CECA, conçue comme une organisation de nature administrative dans un but spécifique de régulation, l’Union s’est peu à peu dotée de cadres constitutionnels… » read more

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Guest blog post by Dan King is an advocate for Young Voices and a journalist residing in New York’s Adirondacks. He writes about free speech, civil liberties and LGBT issues. President Donald Trump reportedly called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to congratulate him on winning the recently held referendum that expanded the Turkish leader’s powers… » read more

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Stéphanie Roos-Faujour is the founder and the manager director of Sea to sea, a communication agency dedicated to maritime economy, maritime training and education and industry. Since she was a little girl she has the taste of languages and discovering new countries, culture and meeting people. After a degree in foreign languages, she studied tourism… » read more

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On Tuesday 18th, Theresa May has called for snap general election “to make a success of Brexit”. She claimed that division at Westminster could obstruct the Brexit negotiations. Election would help to unify Parliament and to prevent instability. “I think it is right now to ask the British people, to put their trust in me… » read more

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By Laurence Wilkinson Fundamental freedoms underpin democracies, which means that the EU should be safeguarding fundamental rights across the Union. Indeed, strengthening the rights of individuals within the EU was the stated intention behind making the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (‘EU Charter’) legally binding on the EU institutions and national governments. However, two troubling… » read more

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The German cabinet on April 5 approved a “Draft Law to Improve Law Enforcement in Social Networks” (Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz), ostensibly aimed at combatting disinformation and hate speech, that raises concerns about restrictions on free expression and the privatization of censorship. The law would compel social media companies to remove content or risk fines as high as… » read more

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L’éolien a-t-il le vent en poupe ? Cette énergie propre et renouvelable a fait de nombreux adeptes en France, à tel point que le pays se classe aujourd’hui au quatrième rang européen des producteurs d’énergie issue de l’éolien. Pourtant, les critiques sont nombreuses et l’idée de voir un champ d’éoliennes être érigé près de son… » read more

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