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In defence of International trade treaties
The Walloon tragicomedy over the agreement between the European Union and Canada has confirmed a profound, increasingly hostile undercurrent regarding international trade. This is bad news for the world. Protectionism has always preceded sombre periods of tension and even conflict. Trade has...
Will Europe’s year debut be a success?
This week Europe is starting a new political year. On 14th September Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission will deliver his annual speech on the State of the Union; on 16th in Bratislava the heads of State and government will convene for the first time without the UK. However...
What response do we give to Brexit?
It is everyone’s failure if a country leaves the European Union. In spite of some undeniably, specifically British features, we must not underestimate nor analyse it lightly, because Brexit reveals some errors of conduct and foretells of serious complications.
Firstly for Great Britain. By...
The return of Violence in Europe
Politics is gradually starting to look more and more like a football match. The Euro 2016 is firstly being played by thugs, lashing out in the stands and the streets. What a strange game it is!
 The same goes for politics. The populists have launched their own attack on the European Union, with...