The Catalan independence referendum was the most dangerous outcome of a populist nationalism aimed at breaking Europe apart. Source: Opinion | Who’s a Spaniard These Days?
EDITORIAL. L’accord trouvé entre la Commission européenne et le Royaume-Uni remet les pendules du Brexit à l’heure. Il entérine des compromis bien éloignés du divorce avantageux que ses partisans avaient juré d’obtenir Source: Brexit, la […]
Antoni Macierewicz, Polish Defence Minister featured in a fawning interview by a John R. Schindler in observer.com. More than an interview, it’s a series of prompts so that Macierewicz can display his immense accomplishments and […]
In politics, there is no shame in compromise. Quite the contrary: When a choice must be made between a constructive bargain and ideological purity, it is always better to choose the path of unity, however […]
Source: Europe’s Attackers From Within by Joschka Fischer – Project Syndicate
Not really, but it does hint at a legitimate critique Source: Does it make sense to refer to EU officials as “unelected bureaucrats”?
Should all EU business be conducted in English? I think all EU members and languages deserve respect, not just one. Forcing everybody to speak one language, however convenient, would alienate the rest of the EU […]
RTÉ’s Europe Editor Tony Connelly looks at the Apple ruling and the possible impact of a similar case involving Spanish bank Santander. Source: Apple, Ireland and the Spanish connection
It was the kind of crime that sears the soul, the gang rape of a 13-year-old ethnic Russian girl by a trio of immigrants in Germany. Source: Putin’s Propaganda Machine Is Meddling With European Elections
“It is bureaucracy gone mad.” Source: The myths that Brexit was built on – The Washington Post