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Guest blog post by Andrew Roberts, freelance investigative journalist, part-time political observer of the European Union. People continue to wonder what all of these politicians are doing in Brussels throughout the year… You would be surprised at how many laws and regulations being created and passed that you have never heard of…and yes, a lot… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

The European Court of Justice has invalidated the Safe Harbor. I think there are good legal, economic, data protection, and political grounds to question the wisdom of this judgment. I think that the legal case against the Safe Harbor is pretty weak, both with regard to the powers of national data protection authorities (DPAs), and… » read more

  Posted by The eCommerce Blog - by Allegro Group

      The Middle East has become a horrible burning ground, but the European Union remains fixated on the conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis, and an imagined “Middle East Peace Process” (MEPP). In European foreign ministries, the mythologies of the 1970s remain unchallenged, perhaps because dealing with the real threats to Europe from… » read more

Britain after Brexit

If one thing the critics and the advocates of the EU can agree on is that more integration is needed, if the EU is going to survive. That seems like a sign of poor tidings for keeping Britain in the EU. So, let’s run with a hypothetical. Hypothetically, let’s say that Hollande’s proposals go forward… » read more

  Posted by C Shannon

  The most interesting thing to come out of an interesting month was President Hollande’s 19th of July letter published in the Journal du Dimanche. It called for a “vanguard” of European states, comprising of (at least) the founders of the ECSC, to form a government to manage the Eurozone. This new formation, according to… » read more

  Posted by C Shannon

The Show Must Go On

In the aftermath of the bailout terms, one hysteria left and another came. People hailed the termed bailout as the beginning of the end for the European project, just as they hailed the avoided Grexit as another end of the European project. Suddenly, it’s December of 2012 and everyone is talking about the immanent dissolution… » read more

  Posted by C Shannon

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