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During the 2018 February plenary session, the European Parliament voted on its future composition after the departur

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Successful systemic reforms – reforms that put an entire country on a higher trajectory of development – have become the

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Media headlines seem to have given much larger attention to the bailout programme in Greece than to those of most other

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Regional cooperation is mutually beneficial collaboration between neighbouring countries.

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Tax policy is central to national democratic policy making, and tax issues feature more and more prominently in EU lev

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The European Union is experiencing a new dynamic behind its quest for a credible security and defence capacity.

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The inability of the British government to gain Ulster Unionist support for “regulatory alignment” between Northern and

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The UK has traditionally played an ambivalent role in European security and defence policymaking.

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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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