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#FactOfTheDay: The failure of Theresa May’s gamble and uncertainties over the future of Brexit

Thursday, on the 8th of June 2017, the British citizens elected their new MPs. Although she was holding an absolute majority, Theresa May moved forward in time this legislative election, in the hope of strengthening her position both in the... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Who in Europe is rooting for Macron?

Emmanuel Macron, a 39 years old former banker from Rothschild and France's former Minister of the Economy, is likely to become the new President of the French Republic. His victory against the National Front and the French political establishment in... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: Theresa May and Snapelection

On Tuesday 18th, Theresa May has called for snap general election “to make a success of Brexit”. She claimed that division at Westminster could obstruct the Brexit negotiations. Election would help to unify Parliament and to prevent instability. “I think... Lire la suite →

#FactOfTheDay: The Dutch-Turkish diplomatic row is a European problem

Dutch-Turkish relations are at a record low, and this crisis is spreading in Western Europe. Germany, Austria, Denmark are also concerned about the possible tensions a debate on the Turkish referendum would create inside their Turkish minorities. The Turkish constitutional... Lire la suite →

#TheReply: Elections in Austria: the end of one of Europe’s “populist”?

  Last Sunday, Austrians were voting for the second time to elect their president. The past elections, in May, had been annulled by the constitutional court following irregularities in the counting procedure in several constituencies. Alexander Van der Bellen, a... Lire la suite →

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