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Western Balkans Is Serbia Preparing for Elections or a New Balance of Powers

The year 2016 marked the rapid deterioration of relations between countries of the Western Balkans, having the most difficult situation be in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but the key is held by Serbia. Over the last weeks Belgrade’s tone sharply deteriorated and radicalised, which resonates in ...

To Brexit or Not To Brexit First Win For Rule of Law over Post-factology

A country with rule of law is a country where law has control over the executive branch. As of late, however, this pinnacle of human evolution has started to mutate into a new totalitarian form, masked as a rebellion against the establishment. Law has gradually started to get pushed aside by & ...

To Brexit or Not To Brexit Not Brussels Bureaucracy, Bulgarian Media Have Failed

Just four days have passed since the news of the Brexit broke, British society has not yet come out of the shock, and Brussels is yet to host meetings of leaders to project the way forward, but in Bulgarian public domain responsibility has already been strictly allocated. The one responsible f ...

Institutional Affairs of the EU Is There a Future for the European Project?

“Et tu, Brute?” would Julius Caesar ask Austria today, after, at the first round of the presidential elections, the far-right Freedom Party came back to the political scene with a bang. The party’s candidate Norbert Hofer came out first and the chances of him being the next p ...

latest comments Kill a Cartoon, Save a Dictator!

A year ago everyone was “Charlie Hebdo”. Terrorists broke into the office of the French satirical magazine on 7 January 2015 and murdered 12 people. This was viewed all over Europe and beyond as an attack on freedom of speech, regardless of the bad aftertaste that many of the magazin ...

euinside in Croatia Chocolinda in the Balkan World

Right when the Croatian market is being shaken by findings of salmonella in the chicken and minced meat, as well as an obvious weak food control, society was scandalised by a chocolate problem. Chocolate had no other problems besides being... Serbian. On December 6th, President Kolinda Grabar- ...

euinside in Croatia Is Nationalism Growing in Croatia?

While doing the review of the press in the countries of the former Yugoslavia in the beginning of September, I stumbled into an article in the Serbian newspaper Blic, which quoted the distinguished Balkans expert from the London School of Economics (LSE) James Ker-Lindsay, who believes ...

To Brexit or Not To Brexit Great Britain Is Imploding

On June 23 Great Britain will make the momentous decision whether to stay in or leave the European Union. The decision is fateful not just to Great Britain itself, but for the entire EU and beyond. Instead of representing a triumph of democracy, however, the referendum is about to turn into a ...

Institutional Affairs of the EU Dutch Referendum Proves Eurosceptics Wrong

On April 7th, 32.38% of Dutch eligible voters voted in a referendum for the approval or dismissal of the hard reached comprehensive trade agreement with the Ukraine, which precipitated that country's war with Russia. Out of these 32.38% of the voters, 61% voted against the ratification of the tr ...

Schengen Eurozone and Schengen -- Two Parallel Realities, Crossing in Greece

How convenient would it be if once again it turned out that the sole culprit for not dealing with the refugee crisis were Greece.  But it is not. And it is very dangerous to go towards isolating it and even talking about "sacrificing" it in the name of the survival of Schengen lik ...

 
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Adelina Marini
The European Commission will present today the country-specific recommendations under the European Semester. Stay tuned for live updates
22 February 2017 12:42
Adelina Marini #EuropeanSemester Marianne #Thyssen: For the first time we are following the member states' performance in addressing inequality
22 February 2017 13:01
Adelina Marini
Donald #Tusk: Too much has happened for us to pretend that nothing has changed between us (after meeting w/ US VP Mike Pence)
20 February 2017 11:37
Adelina Marini #Pence: We will continue to support Poland and the Baltic states within NATO. We will hold #Russia accountable for Ukraine
20 February 2017 11:49
Adelina Marini
#MSC17 In the framework of this year's Munich Security Conference is starting a debate on the future of the EU with Lithuania President Dalia Grybauskaite, European Commission First Vice President Frans Timmermans, Poland Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and Germany Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble.. Stay tuned for live updates
17 February 2017 15:34
Adelina Marini #MSC17 #Grybauskaite: National politicians have to take responsibility and not to look to pass the blame to someone else as to why people do not trust us
17 February 2017 16:57
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