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Never mind the EUs policies, where is its strategy?

The European Union needs to get its mojo back

How Brexiteers Are Destabilizing Irelands Fragile Peace

The damage Brexit is inflicting on Northern Ireland and the Republic will become Europes newest neighborhood crisis

The European way of life

“The Union is founded on the values of the respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for the human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities. These values are common to the Member States in a society in which pluralism, nondiscrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men prevail.”

Back to Athens of … the future

Would a big challenge for the newly elected Mayor of Athens, Mr. Kostas Bakogiannis, be the Greek capital to become a great city of brilliance, like 2,500 years ago?

The digital security of Europe

A clear trend can be seen for our digital future: What can be connected will be connected. But companies and societies do not network within traditional, analogous borders.Machines are also increasingly being connected to one another. The Internet of Things is growing faster and faster. These developments give us a unique opportunity to bring the citizens of Europe closer together. And we must not let this opportunity pass us by

Making the online world less addictive – and more popular

In June 2018, the World Health Organisation added gaming addiction to its International Classification of Diseases

Former Greek PM Tsipras: ‘We Are Still Here, after Four-and-a-Half Years of Struggle, the Struggle to Keep Greece Standing Upright

“We are still here, after four-and-a-half years of struggle, the struggle to keep Greece standing upright,” is how main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras started his speech at the 84th Thessaloniki International Fair on Saturday evening

Boards Under the Influence

Fifteen years ago, The Globe and Mail put the spotlight on a group of 16 board directors who had an inordinate influence on the Canadian business landscape. Dubbed the “Elite 16,” these men sat on the board of at least five of the roughly 200 firms that make up the S&P/TSX index. Although they comprised only 1 percent of all index firms board directors, they collectively oversaw businesses representing 51 percent of the indexs market cap

Israelis go to the polls next week. Can Netanyahu hold on?

If there was a need for more proof that elections have become candidate-centered rather than issues-centered, then the Israeli elections next Tuesday are a case in point

Growing pressure on eurozone economies to launch stimulus

The European Commission and some member states including France and Italy have followed the ECB in pressing Germany and several other EU countries to invest more to counter the risk of recession.Following discussions between euro area finance ministers on Friday (13 September) in Helsinki, Commission vice-president for the euro, Valdis Dombrovskis, said that “monetary policy alone cannot do the trick”

New rules for online shopping in EU take effect

New EU rules on online shopping, which came into force on Saturday 14 September, should make it easier and safer for consumers to pay for goods and services online and to manage their personal finances.

Governance Vs. Democracy

Why U.S. foreign policy should focus on “good governance” instead of “democracy.”The world is in turmoil and one of the biggest questions on the global agenda is the future of democracy.One could fill a bookshelf with volumes written in the past five years about reversals and declines of democratic rule, even in the United States and Europe as well as beyond.The 2019 annual report from Freedom House records a 13th consecutive year of decline in the global health of democracy

Argentina: Heading for Financial and Political Mayhem

Argentinas voters, foreign institutional investors and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) never seem to learn from previous calamities.Argentina never learns. Yet again, the countrys economy is in a mess and is destined to head for disaster. Yet again, the recent crop of Argentinas corrupt politicians is set to return to power.It is as if Argentinas voters, foreign institutional investors and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) never seem to learn from previous calamities

Whats Wrong with the News?

The rise of data analytics has made journalists and their editors confident that they know what the people want. Why, then, did almost one-third of respondents to the Reuters Institutes latest Digital News Report say that they regularly avoid news altogether?

The $86 trillion world economy – in one chart

The world economy is in a never-ending state of flux.The fact is that billions of variables — both big and small — factor into any calculation of overall economic productivity, and these inputs are changing all of the time.Buying this weeks groceries or filling up your car with gas may seem like a rounding error when we are talking about trillions of dollars, but every microeconomic decision or set of preferences can add up in aggregate