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The real no2 at the European Commission
There is a great deal to reform in the way the European institutions are run. The appointment of new personalities should be an occasion to make notable change. For example a consensus seems to have formed on the need to bring clusters of the Commission's competences within the responsibility...
What should Brussels change?
57 years after the Rome Treaty Europe experienced its first major economic and financial crisis, and after the European elections that confirmed doubt about community integration, debate has now been launched about the role and the functioning of the European institutions. 2014 is the year in...
What kind of answer can we give to the eurosceptics?
The rise of populism in Europe has increased with the economic crisis. Cause and effect - half of the 28 EU members are governed by coalitions, the other half by 7 leftwing governments and 8 on the right. The spirit of coalition will still prevail over the new Parliament. The major democratic...
European elections: not such a great campaign
The rise of extremes both on the left and right is the novelty in the present campaign in view of the upcoming European elections on 22nd-25th May. Using exaggerated, basic, and often outdated arguments the dissenters have found a federating scapegoat: the European Union. At the same the real...