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Guest post by Radu Dumitrescu, one of the Editors-in-Chief of The New Federalist. The resurgence of right-wing nationalism and hatred in Europe has been aptly met with condemnation from across the political spectrum, from conservatives and liberals to social democrats and greens. And yet, the centre-right and the Manfred Webers of the world have had… » read more

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Tribune – Michel Thibault, consultant en stratégie de développement, ancien chargé de mission en collectivités territoriales, à savoir le Conseil Régional Provence Alpes Côtes d’Azur. Les nuages sombres qui planent au-dessus de Paris et de Rome actuellement ne doivent pas faire oublier l’essentiel : dans de nombreux domaines, entreprises françaises et italiennes ont uni leur… » read more

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Guest Blog post by Natalia Arno, President of the Free Russia Foundation As protests rage across Russia in response to a Kremlin-backed law to erect a digital Iron Curtain, authorities are preparing a “cyber-defence test” to shut down the Russian Internet – a step that may result in isolating the country from the rest of… » read more

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Guest blog post by Charalambos Tsekeris, a research fellow at the National Centre for Social Research (Athens, Greece), and Theodora Papaefthimiou, a lawyer specialised in Public Law. This short article maintains that, in times of structural and persistent crisis, Europe needs to tackle the multiple challenges and existential fears by cultivating a strong and dynamical… » read more

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    Science diplomacy has long been a tool to develop bilateral and multilateral relationships. However, the definition and applications of science diplomacy have broadened considerably in recent years. This conceptual broadening coincides with the growing understanding that science and technology underpin so many of the challenges and opportunities that current societies face, whether as… » read more

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Guest blog post by Patrick Bailey, a professional writer focusing on mental illness and addiction graduated at Central Michigan University. Retaining the unenviable ‘title’ as the world’s heaviest drinkers for more than a decade now, Europeans have recognized the health consequences of alcohol consumption to the drinker and to those around him. The European Union… » read more

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