Tag Archives: South Eastern Europe

Mar 26 2015

South East Europe has the ingredients to become the energy generation and storage powerhouse of Europe

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South East European countries are now faced with the prospect of rethinking their energy strategy. Options ahead are many but cooperation is essential, argues Julian Popov. “All ingredients for turning the South East Europe into a clean energy generation and … Continue reading

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May 30 2014

Western Balkans will need champions in an increasingly enlargement sceptic EU

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The results of the European Parliament elections will have been closely watched in the Western Balkans – and with good reason. Support for enlargement, undermined in recent years by the attention given to the financial crisis, is likely to diminish … Continue reading

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May 23 2014

European Parliament elections: the national campaigns in South East Europe

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European Parliament elections are being held on 22-25 May 2014, with voting already under way in some countries across Europe. Our staff (teaming up with EUROPP Blog and Greece@LSE) gives a final look at the national campaigns for each of the South … Continue reading

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Mar 19 2014

Editorial – Welcome to the LSEE Blog

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‘And so they have killed our Ferdinand,’ said the chairwoman to Mr Svejk, who had left military service years before, after having been finally certified by an army medical board as an imbecile, and now lived by selling dogs – ugly, mongrel … Continue reading

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