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Guest blog post by Alejandro Puerto, writer of the Western Cycles saga about economic and political history of developed nations. Although economic malaise is becoming a global phenomenon, with the slowdown in China and Japan, its sharpest political manifestations are still concentrated in Europe. One reason is the severity of the contraction in the Eurozone,… » read more

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Financial education is more relevant and needed than ever. In the current economic and social climate, now more than ever we must seize opportunities, understand risks, innovate, and create livelihoods. While efforts to enhance the economic capabilities of young people are currently more advanced than in previous generations, misunderstandings about the relevance of financial education… » 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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Genval, 14th April 2017 – Harassment of independent and critical NGOs, attempt to close the Central European University, mass anti-European campaign called ‘Let’s stop Brussels!’, violating Human Rights of Asylum seekers and antigypsyism resulting segregated education are the recent scandals in Hungary. If you look at them one-by-one and together, they can be considered as… » read more

  Posted by Zoltán Massay-Kosubek

Guest blog post by Yana Popkostova, is a Director of The European Centre for Energy and Geopolitical Analysis (ECEGA.EU) A realistic assessment of the potential of the Levantine resources to reach Europe provides a rather sober perspective, much different from the hype surrounding the flurry of diplomatic activity related to the East Med gas. Hopes… » read more

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Jago Russell is Chief Executive of Fair Trials, a not-for-profit organisation that advocates for the fundamental human right to a fair trial. International crime: Add it to the list of challenges facing Europe and the rest of the world these days – from counterfeit products to prescription drugs. And unlike street crooks, the criminal enterprises… » read more

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