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22 June 2014 – The question of immigration to Europe returns to the front scene at regular intervals. During the last elections in particular, Europe was described either as a strainer, or on the contrary as an open Europe. Beyond global policies, the New (...) by ,
14 May 2014 – Since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis in December, the international community pricked up its ears to listen to China’s opinion of the on-ongoing situation. Much has been written regarding China’s stance on the issue, which considers various (...) by
26 April 2014 – The EU and Cuba want to sign a joint economic agreement in 2015. By this, exports to Europe shall be facilitated and European investors are supposed to get a better position in case of a liberalization of the Cuban economy. Other precarious (...) by ,
10 April 2014 – Following a period of subdued and difficult relations between the European Union and China, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first trip to Europe this week—which will include a stopover at the EU’s headquarters in Brussels, the first-ever such visit (...) by
6 April 2014 – If there is an event which will go down in the history books as the most important one in the first half of 2014 the Ukrainian crisis and the annexation of Crimea by Russia is definitely the top candidate. For the chain of events that started (...) by | 2 comments
24 February 2014 – The use of chemical weapons on the Damascus suburbs brought a wave of indignation in international public opinion and led to US President Obama threatening a retaliatory strike against Syria. This threat did not receive the expected support (...) by
5 February 2014 – The European Union will combat sectarian violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) with an intervention force and humanitarian aid. At the moment nearly a million civilians are displaced and need help – out of a total population of only 4.6 (...) by
11 October 2012 – European Parliament adopted last week “Sanctions Magnitski” to send a strong political signal against corruption and impunity in Russia. Stephanie Brancaforte from Avaaz explains the aim of this action. The New Federalist: Could you remind us (...) by
3 May 2012 – Since the 2008 financial crisis and its consequences in Europe, the African continent has been overshadowed by other concerns of European governments. Despite a renewed interest in the Maghreb from the Old Continent aroused by the 2011 Arab revolutions, today Africa as a whole is not considered as a major issue. Yet, Europe and Africa, both in their own ways, are a genuine example of the great potential and the powerful impetus for action that regional integration presents. by
11 March 2012 – January 2014. Just two days before the first presidential primary, Georgios Papandreou, the former Greek Prime Minister, gives an interview in front of a beautiful scene, the ancient harbour town of Valletta, the Maltese capital. The Maltese (...) by
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