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    Guest blog post by Radu Dumitrescu, one of the Editors-in-Chief of The New Federalist. According to Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index, Eastern Europe was one of the worst-performing regions of the world, with an average score comparable to that of Central Asia. It is very easy to see why – Belarus, Serbia… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

In 2015, Europe faced its most serious crisis since the financial crisis of 2008; the so-called “migration crisis.” EU member states adopted different attitudes towards tackling the crisis, namely in case of acceptance of refugees and migrants in their countries. The states of Visegrad group (Czech Republic included) objected vehemently against the refugee quotas. The… » read more

  Posted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

Il 17 agosto 2018 si sono riuniti circa 20 cittadini per parlare d’Europa in una Convenzione Cittadina (CoCi) organizzata da Giorgio Clarotti per Alliance Europa sul modello ispirato dalle CoCi lanciate dai Presidenti Juncker, Macron e dalla Cancelliera Merkel. La riunione mirava ‘Adulti attivi’ nel lavoro o in associazioni perché avevano poco partecipato al “pilota”… » read more

  Posted by TAXI: Europa

BY JONAS DRINGELIS The Spanish Eurofighter Typhoon 2000 launched an AMRAAM-type air-to-air missile over Estonian territory Tuesday afternoon. All the Estonians are very shocked. The incident occurred on Aug. 7, 2018 at around 3:44 PM local time in the Pangodi area of Estonia’s Tartu County, which is situated less than 50 miles west to the… » read more

  Posted by NATO and Baltic states today

Guest blog post by Pedro M. Lopez Those who have been to Latin America probably remember keywords such as the “tropics,” “music,” “steaks,” and “exotic fruit.” Terms such as “free trade,” “trade deficit” or “ trade agreement” are less likely to be associated with Latin America. When we buy the newest smoothie creation in Europe,… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

The history of Turkey has witnessed military interventions almost once in every decade. Before shedding light upon the 1960 intervention, it is important to look at the anatomy of civil-military relations. In Turkey, the concept of “Internal Enemy” has been regarded as an attempt to justify the role of the military in politics. In retrospect,… » read more

  Posted by BBurak

To all Atlantic Mayors This year, the Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities will celebrate its 18th anniversary. This symbolic coming of age implies that we have to assume our political responsibilities at European level in a more energetic way. The moment we live is crucial for the survival of cohesion policy, at least as we… » read more

  Posted by Atlantic Arc Cities

A tremendously dangerous situation in global politics that we have right now, forces experts to analyze not only US-Russia relations but NATO-Russia- relations as well. It is well known that on 1 April 2014, NATO unanimously decided to suspend cooperation with the Russian Federation, in response to the Ukraine crisis. Since then misunderstanding has become… » read more

  Posted by News from the Baltic States

In this article, I will apply one of the important sociological theoretical frameworks namely “center-periphery” to Turkish political life. The concept of “center-periphery” was firstly coined by Edward Shils.Shils regarded Center as the center of the order of symbols, of values and beliefs. The Center is also a phenomenon of the realm of action. It… » read more

  Posted by BBurak

          Gastbeitrag von Maram Stern stellv. Generalsekretär Jüdischer Weltkongress „Hören Sie auf, aus Opfern Täter zu machen“   Sehr geehrter Herr Ministerpräsident,   Ich saß während der Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz im Saal, als Sie wortreich das „Holocaust-Gesetz“ Ihrer Regierung zu verteidigen suchten. In Berlin erklärten Sie nur einen Tag zuvor, man möge… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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