Europe

Jobs policy holds the key to Europe’s recovery

Political uncertainties over the EU’s future direction make today’s peak in unemployment more difficult than the comparable jobs crisis of the mid-1990s, warns László...

Calls for European Consciousness

In an effort to live in Europe of 21st century, miles away of political oppression and dark ages of human rights, refugees cross, daily...

Greek foreign policy under the Damocles sword of the economic crisis

This analysis first appeared in the policy paper series KAS katoptron by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Greece. Europe’s Southern and Eastern neighborhoods have changed considerably...

Turkey – EU – Russia triangle: Geometry changed?

The "new Turkey" of the president Erdogan The past year can arguably be considered a turning point in the political history of Turkey. In...

There is no Europe without Russia

“Leaders remain committed to the vision of a joint humanitarian and economic space from the Atlantic to the Pacific based upon full respect...

Greece faces challenges

Now, two months of negotiation progress between the Greek and European institutional side, Greek government faces a dilemma, which the same government has adventurist...

Britain teeters closer to the brink of Brexit

No one can foresee the political developments in the UK that will determine whether it stays in the EU or leaves. Anthony Giddens assesses...

British elections

The first political debate between David Cameron and Ed Miliband has indicated the intellectual predominance of the current Prime Minister. For the British media,...

Unequal Europe! Uneven Future?

The EU’s prized project of ‘Social Europe’ has been slipping steadily down its political agenda.Frank Vandenbroucke highlights the recommendations of a high-level group he has...

Poland, the last bulwark against Russian aggression?

With the beginning of a new year with all its new hopes and new fears, one cannot help but worry about Putin’s next political...

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