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    How the left should respond to the steady march of nationalism
    Dec15

    How the left should respond to the steady march of nationalism

    The new wave of nationalism is a reminder of the contingent, if not cyclical, nature of history. The liberal left cannot retreat to the comforts of moral outrage. “Their world is collapsing. Ours is being built,” remarked ­Florian Philippot, the chief strategist of France’s Front National, after Donald Trump’s victory. Trump’s...

    Bulgaria Has to Be Better NATO Partner, But No Enemy to Russia – President-Elect
    Dec15

    Bulgaria Has to Be Better NATO Partner, But No Enemy to Russia – President-Elect

    Bulgaria is clearly going down a path of pro-European development and does not consider abandoning it, President-elect Rumen Radev has said in an interview. “We want to affirm our position as a more reliable partner to NATO. This, however, does not mean Bulgaria has to be an enemy to Russia, with which we are linked through substantial...

    5 things to watch at the EU summit
    Dec15

    5 things to watch at the EU summit

    The more problems pile up for the European Union — migration crisis, economic troubles, the rise of Euroskeptic parties — the shorter the regular meetings of EU leaders become. And so it is when leaders meet for their summit Thursday and President of the European Council Donald Tusk will have to deliver on his promise to...

    The race for EU membership
    Dec15

    The race for EU membership

    The United Kingdom might be trying to check out of the European Union, but there are at least 10 countries keen to be in. There’s a problem though: The EU’s golden age of expansion is over. While national governments would like to ensure political stability in the EU’s neighborhood, they have no appetite to let...

    EU summit: Syria, Ukraine on table as leaders meet in Brussels
    Dec15

    EU summit: Syria, Ukraine on table as leaders meet in Brussels

    Sanctions on Russia set to be extended, with EU defence policy also on summit agenda …read more Source: The Irish...

    Crimean treasures should return to Ukraine says Dutch court
    Dec15

    Crimean treasures should return to Ukraine says Dutch court

    A priceless collection of gold artefacts from Crimea, on show in the Netherlands when Crimea was occupied by Russia in 2014, must return to Ukraine says court ijn Amsterdam. …read more Source:...

    Dutch court rules ancient gold from Crimea ‘must be returned to Ukraine’
    Dec14

    Dutch court rules ancient gold from Crimea ‘must be returned to Ukraine’

    …read more Source: The...

    [Ticker] Dutch PM could call for Ukraine deal ratification Friday
    Dec14

    [Ticker] Dutch PM could call for Ukraine deal ratification Friday

    Dutch PM Rutte told the parliament in The Hague on Wednesday that if EU leaders can agree on Thursday on a text about the EU-Ukraine association agreement, his government would call for ratification on Friday. The Netherlands is the only EU country that has not ratified, because Rutte is trying to accommodate voters who rejected the deal in a...

    EU leaders to endorse Dutch demands on Ukraine: sources
    Dec14

    EU leaders to endorse Dutch demands on Ukraine: sources

    BRUSSELS/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – European Union leaders, anxious to preserve a landmark cooperation agreement with Ukraine, will address Dutch concerns on Thursday by saying the deal does not give Kiev the status of a candidate for membership of the bloc, diplomats said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine security chief calls for better cyber defence against Russia
    Dec14

    Ukraine security chief calls for better cyber defence against Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – A Ukrainian security chief said on Wednesday Ukraine needed to beef up its cyber defences, citing a recent spate of attacks on government websites that he said originated in Russia. …read more Source:...

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