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EU Is Suffering of Severe Migrantaine

News about drowned or rescued migrants/refugees in the Mediterranean have become something usual, a daily matter. The migrant pressures on only several EU member states has put the issue on the EU agenda. At this stage it generally causes migraine in the EU (migraine of migrants = migrantaine). In this subject we follow what commitments the EU makes and how does it implement them.
6 May 2016 13:19 Bulgarian Foreign Minister: The EU Was Late with Turkey

The European Union was late paying attention to Turkey’s warnings about the problematic migration situation there and the fact that the EU would also be affected. And these warnings had been coming for a very long time, but the EU missed them, said Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov i ...

23 March 2016 10:48 Deal with Turkey, Five Principles of Policy towards Russia, New Tension between Serbs and Croats

Last week was a stormy week in the EU. Leaders of member states have surprisingly easy approved the deal with Turkey, according to which it looks like the EU is not fully selling its soul. Although the main principles of the framework, agreed on a week earlier remain, th ...

13 March 2016 14:22 Did the EU Sell Its Soul to Turkey?

Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. This is an old method of doing things that was administered to the Turkey negotiations last Monday (March 7). What the leaders of the 28 member states and Turkey agreed on is just a framework, which is yet to be filled with details in order ...

5 March 2016 13:31 The Commission Very Much Wants Normality Back by the End of the Year

On the eve of the next in line emergency summit (March 7), dedicated to the refugee crisis, the European Commission presented a roadmap for the restoration of Schengen. Despite the many “if”-s in the roadmap, the EC expects by the end of December 2016 to have norm ...

19 February 2016 14:19 British Question Remains Overshadowed by the Refugee Crisis

You can judge the Council by the Arrivals. This is what the period is called before every meeting of the ministers or the leaders of the EU when they stop in front of journalists at the entrance of the Consilium to clarify what they are going to fight for during the meeting. To most journalists, ...

31 March 2016 17:44 Doctor Europe and Mister Turkey

On March 18th, at yet another EU summit, the leaders of member states and Turkey shook hands on a deal, which will not save Europe from the refugees and will not mend the disintegration cracks, neither will it guarantee the restart of the eurointegration process in Turkey. At first glance, it ...

14 March 2016 20:41 Is Croatia Next After Poland?

The idea behind the young tradition of the euinside weekly reviews is to focus on the most important events in the EU and then cast a glance at the periphery as well. For the week of March 7-13 we will change the direction and will start with Croatia, because developments there are the next ...

7 March 2016 11:34 Is the End of Transiting Migrants Near?

Last week, which passed under the sign of preparation for the next in line emergency EU summit, dedicated to the refugee crisis, offered another dose of paradoxes. European Council President Donald Tusk (Poland, EPP), a spokesman for the Eastern European hardliner position regarding the ref ...

2 March 2016 17:35 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 ...

22 January 2016 13:16 Two Months to Europe's Suicide

Up until a year ago it was taboo to even think it was possible that a country should leave the euro area, while in the last week alone so much was said about a possible death of the European Union that there is even an exact date set. The Union has two more months to live. The final countdown wa ...

 
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Adelina Marini
#CSR The European Commission will present today the country-specific recommendations under the European Semester. What reforms are individual member states recommended to undertake we will know in a minute. Stay tuned for live updates
22 May 2017 11:30
Adelina Marini #CSR To the leaving Britain the Commission recommends to respect the EU fiscal rules' to boost housing supply; resolve the issue with skills mismatches
22 May 2017 12:35
Adelina Marini
In #Croatia people vote today in what is described as the most crucial local elections. The outcome will determine whether the government will fall and the country will again go to the polls for a 3rd time in 2 years. The outcome will also suggest whether the country will remain in the mainstream or will again turn to strong conservatism
21 May 2017 10:55
Adelina Marini #Croatia The battle in Zagreb is expected to reveal several things. The first is whether the current mayor, who was accused many times of corruption but never indicted, will win a sixth term in a row. To replace him are competing three women - the candidate of the Liberals Anka Mrak Taritas, supported also by the SDP, the independent Sandra Svaljek (ex-deputy of Bandic) and the far right candidate Bruna Esih. The outcome of the latter holds the key to the question whether a new far right party will be formed in Croatia and whether this will lead to the a split in the HDZ
21 May 2017 11:24
Adelina Marini
European Commission President Jean-Claude #Juncker and #Brexit chief negotiator Michel #Barnier will report to the MEPs in Strasbourg about the outcome of the April 29 EU summit, which adopted negotiating guidelines. Stay tuned for live updates
17 May 2017 09:04
Adelina Marini #EUCO #Tusk: The future of the 27 is our greatest priority, not #Brexit
17 May 2017 11:09
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