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UK election results: A conversation

UK election results: A conversation

| June 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

The UK snap election has dominated news coverage for the past two weeks, and most pundits believe that Theresa May made one of the worst calculated moves in recent political memory. How did we get here and what does it mean moving forward for the UK and Europe at large? Is it a blip on […]

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Roundtable on #UKSnapElection

Roundtable on #UKSnapElection

| April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Theresa May’s call for an early election last Tuesday (18 June) has created a wealth of conversation and debate. We’ve invited a number of experts to weigh in. Joining us this week: Gary Cartwright, publisher of EU Today with a particular focus on the current geopolitical tensions between east and west. Dr. Eric Heinze, Professor of Law and Humanities at […]

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NATO Enlargement and the case for Montenegro: A debate

NATO Enlargement and the case for Montenegro: A debate

| March 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Montenegro‘s accession to NATO has hit a a snag. While 25 of the necessary 28 nations have already approved expanding NATO to include this small Balkan state, US Senator Rand Paul is leading the charge not to expand NATO and is holding up the bill in the Senate. During his 2016 campaign, President Trump made NATO’s very […]

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#CETA: An online panel

#CETA: An online panel

| February 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Today (15 February), the European Parliament will vote on the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, an agreement that’s been met with its share of controversy. From the onset, when the regional government of Wallonia almost prevented the agreement’s formal signing. Though it is expected to be ratified in today’s vote, the conversation surrounding this […]

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Roundtable on #EnergyPoverty

Roundtable on #EnergyPoverty

| February 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Over a billion people globally lack access to basic electricity. A billion. Since the developed world takes electricity for granted, it becomes almost difficult to identify with the effects which hinder an ability to improve in areas like healthcare and education. While this is a “global issue,” Europe has been impacted as well. MEP Theresa […]

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