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On 16 July 2019, the European Parliament elected Ursula von der Leyen president of the European Commission by a narrow

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Now that some of the dust has settled, the European People’s Party should start drawing the lessons of the EP2019 elec

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On the 1st of May 2004, the EU was enlarged by eight post-communist countries along with Malta and Cyprus.

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The perspective that the Union is a project is holding us back. The Union simply needs to be pragmatic.

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There is currently an on-going debate about the possibility of creating a new European Security Council (ESC) within t

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2018 was a very special year for our organisation as we celebrated the first decade of our existence.

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In the run up to February’s EU-Arab League summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, the EU was criticised by major media outlets suc

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A no deal outcome to the Brexit saga has become increasingly likely because prime minister May has decided that her pr

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It puzzles many people in Britain that something known as an “Irish backstop” should be at the heart of an increasingl

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If the individual member states of the EU were forced to see a psychologist, the degree of psychosis in those rooms wo

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