BSSB.BE danube-region.eu 16.03.2018
Balkans Danube Ex-USSR
*In this position paper, the EUSDR is considered as a new territorial manifestation of the so called differentiated integration
The project of the common Europe has recently arrived to a turning point. The …
BSSB.BE Valdai Club 07.03.2018
Europe USA World
*We are Moving to a Multipolar World with Three Great Powers
John Mearsheimer, Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago talks about why Russia and the United States are not bound to …
BSSB.BE politico.eu 06.03.2018
*Anti-establishment forces perform strongly but nobody is likely to win a majority.
Populist, anti-establishment parties were the big winners of Sunday’s Italian election, raking in a combined total of more than 50 percent of the …
BSSB.BE infowars.com 02.03.2018
Ex-USSR Europe USA
* The researcher also directly compared the US events of 1932-1933 with Holodomor, or Famine, in the USSR during 1932-1933.
Another online scandal has been gathering pace recently. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, deleted an …
BSSB.BE ecfr.eu Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic
*One important change is western EU states’ substantial loss of structural cohesion.
There was little evident increase in Croatia’s structural cohesion between 2007 (six years before it joined the European …
BSSB.BE ecfr.eu Austria Bulgaria EU
*One important change is western EU states’ substantial loss of structural cohesion. Factors that drove cohesion in the east – such as large inflows of EU funding, progressive integration into the single market, and …
BSSB.BE ecfr.eu EU France Germany Poland
*Member states can strengthen individual cohesion through initiatives, communication, and education
- The EU Cohesion Monitor evaluates data from all 28 member states to measure levels of cohesion within Europe. Contrary to expectations, it …
The CEOs of Davos were euphoric this year about the return to growth, strong profits, and soaring executive compensation. Economists reminded them that this growth is not sustainable, and has never been inclusive; but in …