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Russia, Europe and the US: The Path toward a Renewable Cooperation

December 18, 2015 // Istituto per gli studi di politica internazionale - Italy - Italian

Regarding the crisis in the Middle East — Syria in particular — relationships between key international spokespeople seem to be headed toward a state of imbalance that carries multiple risks. Russia, NATO and the European Union need to start a dialogue, but this could become increasingly difficult after the recent [Read more]

How Many Refugees Will the US Take?

September 21, 2015 // La Voz de Galicia - Spain - Spanish

For more than a year, hundreds of millions of men, women and children, both young and old, mainly from Eritrea, Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Syria and Libya, have been playing their part in the largest exodus ever witnessed. They are arriving at the European Union’s borders, fleeing wars, persecution and poverty, in [Read more]

What the US Cooks Up, the EU Swallows

September 17, 2015 // Politika - Serbia - Serbian

<i>Xenophobia grows when the money dries up.</i> As thousands of migrants pour into Europe, Brussels is doing everything within its limited power to defuse the crisis. Nevertheless, it seems Europe has never been more divided and apathetic. In addition to high unemployment, demographic decline, the disappearance of [Read more]

The Farces of Tsipras and Trump

July 20, 2015 // El País - Spain - Spanish

Donald Trump and Alexis Tsipras could not be more different. Trump is the famous septuagenarian from the United States whose fortune Forbes magazine estimates at more than $4 billion ("Lies! I'm worth more than 10 billion," he says). Tsipras, 40 years old, is the leader of the Coalition of the Radical Left (Syriza) and [Read more]
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