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FRANKLY SPEAKING | The necessary art of saying no to hatred
It’s time to start practicing the necessary art of say no to spreading hate. It won’t be easy, but many people are taking up the challenge.
People today find it much easier to look for a job abroad than before, former EYL Michael Printzos writes.
It is important to recognise that the European project is a success, writes former EYL Jens Spahn.
The British were never believers in the European dream, and from London’s standpoint, Brexit is all about defending its commercial interests.
Kirsty Hughes, Senior Fellow at Friends of Europe, looks at the Scottish government’s new paper on its post-Brexit options.
2016 was the year when the ‘establishment’ was shaken time and again, hit by a ferocious wave of populism. Can Europe turn the tide in 2017?
While integration has long been a goal, both for the western Balkan states and the EU, the past few years have seen a number of setbacks.
The wave of popular anger washing over Europe has claimed yet another victim.
This paper analyses the latest political developments, sets out a series of scenarios for Scotland, and lays out recommendations.
The process is really about the comfortable accommodations between party managers that exist inside the Parliament.
To survive and flourish, the EU must become more directly relevant to the people of Europe – and there is a way to do it.
The State of Europe roundtable gathered more than 200 influential figures aiming to seek ways for Europe to move forward from the current morass.