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Alarm bells are ringing in the juste milieu of Europe’s capital: Steve Bannon, the man who allegedly made Don

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Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says: I’ll try again tomorrow!

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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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Populism is haunting liberal democracies.

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

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The Czech parliamentary election took place on 20-21 October 2017.  The election resulted in a victory of protest part

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It has been a challenging year for the European Union.

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Watershed. Earthquake. Tectonic shift: the hyperbole is palpable in Berlin, on the morning after a memorable election.

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This  issue  of  the  European  View  addresses  the  problem  of  populism in today’s Europe.

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