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- The impact of the mass media on the quality of democracy within a state remains a much overlooked area of study
- The Quiet Collapse of the Italian Economy
- The Catalan Crisis: Is There a Right to Self-Determination in the International Context?
- A review of Nathalie Tocci's 'Framing the EU Global Strategy'
- An Explanation of the Current Political Situation in Catalonia
- 'It’s not about Britain and Europe, it’s about Barnet High Street and All Saints’ School': how will Brexit impact Barnet?
- The electoral success of the Danish People’s party: Something rotten in the state of Denmark?
- Spain is no longer exceptional: Mainstream media and the far-right party Vox
- Labour and Brexit: a ‘sensible’ deal?
- ‘It’s not about Britain and Europe, it’s about Barnet High Street and All Saints’ School’: how will Brexit impact Barnet?
- The three founding Myths of Italy’s new Nationalism
- The nationalist Italian government is a challenge to the Church
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Tag Archives: Angela Merkel
Feb 20 2017
By Roberto Orsi The European Union is approaching a moment of difficult decisions which will determine whether it will manage to survive in the near future or whether it will enter the final trajectory of its dissolution. In the past … Continue reading
Posted by: February 20, 2017
Dec 20 2016
By Roberto Orsi For someone who tries to think in dialectical terms, the catastrophic handling of the immigration crisis in 2015 raised more than just some concern. It appears simply impossible that this kind of blunder could have not generated … Continue reading
Posted by: December 20, 2016
May 30 2014
By Max Hänska The European elections in Germany didn’t produce major surprises, yet a mood of trepidation and uncertainty prevails. The Christian Democrats did better in absolute numbers than in the last election though relatively their share of the vote remained … Continue reading
Posted by: May 30, 2014
Mar 31 2013
By Maria Kyriakidou A story that went almost unnoticed in Greek media due to the dramatic developments in Cyprus over the last couple of weeks was the arrival of German football coach Otto Rehhagel in Athens on a diplomatic mission … Continue reading
Posted by: March 31, 2013