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Lessons from Belgrade
On 22nd July 2010 the UN International Court of Justice decided that Kosovo's declaration of independence was in line with international law. Addressed by the UN's General Assembly on Serbia's initiative, the guardian of the international community's law did not however open the doors to the right...
Europe challenged by Corporatism
Some minority French air traffic control unions have decided to disrupt the European holiday period in contempt of common sense and above all of general interest. The cloud of volcanic ash highlighted how late we were in finalising the Single Sky in Europe. Our skies are now far too small to be...
Toward an European budgetary Union
It was Jean-Claude Trichet who first used the word. It is the International Monetary Fund which now demands that the Euro States complete the construction of monetary Europe. It is now the financial markets that want it. And this is what the Heads of State and Government are to decide,...
60 years of Europe
On 9th May 1950 Robert Schuman offered Europe the means to peace and prosperity at the cost of what we might call today "a strategic break." Uniting "the warring continent" seemed impossible. Offering the possibility of uniting it was an audacious dream. 60 years later thanks...