Eastern Europe

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The EU’s uneven recovery from the economic turbulence of recent years has highlighted a fundamental shift in Europe’s growth dynamics.

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In recent times, there is no shortage of people who check data and figures used by politicians in their electoral pledges.

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In 2004 ten new members from Central and Eastern Europe joined the EU.

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Adolf Hitler’s 1938 threats to, and eventual occupation of, Czechoslovakia bore some similarities to what is now happening between President Putin

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When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 and a number of countries became independent on its former territory the number of states armed with nuclea

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The weekends of February and March 2014 will be remembered for a long time to come.

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Not far south of Brussels is the village of Waterloo.

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With world attention fixed on Ukraine, the referendum on Sunday (2 February) in Gagauzia, a part of Moldova which few people have heard of, did not

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The battlefield for defending European values has shifted to the East, to the streets of Kiev, Tbilisi and other Eastern neighbours.

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