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Last Friday, the Czechs and the Slovaks commemorated the fall of Communist totalitarianism and the advent of a new era o

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The rule-of-law procedure against Poland, opened in January 2016, has painfully tested the safeguards supposed to protec

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In mid-September, together with former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, chairperson of the Committee on For

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2017 marks the 70th Anniversary of the Marshall Plan as well as the centenary of the Bolshevik revolution in Russia.

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For the first time the EU has reached not just a stopping point, but a possible turning point.

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In the EU we have the luxury of reflecting upon if we would rather have a one-speed or two-speed Europe, we complain tha

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On April 16, Turkish voters will decide if President Erdogan will maintain the presidential powers he has held in practi

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The talk of a multi-speed EU has started in Europe.

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Massive anti-corruption protests on March 26th have effectively ended the sleepy landscape of the Russian politics that have existed for the past t

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In these heady days of the early Trump era, one may be forgiven for thinking that for Europe, none of the old certaintie

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