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Brexit referendum

It is demoralizing to observe how a partnership for peace and mutually beneficial exchange could so easily be diminished. And it is chilling that such a...

UK's place in Europe

A collection of arguments, perspectives (and facts) from people who articulate clearly that membership in the EU is, on balance, a good deal for Britain: Gordon...

Eastern Europe monitor

FT: EU paves way for sanctions against Poland Poles refuse to back down in confrontation with Commission – POLITICO: "Kaczyński also cast doubt on the Commission’...

Economic outlook, mid-2016

G-7 meeting (recap) G-7 Leaders Differ on Risks to Global Growth - WSJ Mr. Obama noted the recovery taking place in the U.S. and some...

Economic performance of Central Europe

Poland performed the best overall, managing to grow every single year over the relevant period: Here is the regional variation in Poland - even the worst-performing...

The EU and the G-20

The G20 and the EU: A Win-Win Game The EU in the G20 represents all EU Member States. As some EU Member States are also G20...

Dispirited Europe, part IV: Economics, populism & Brexit

Low blood pressure? One remedy is reading news from Europe: Macroeconomic problems Poul Thomesen, in charge of the Greek / IMF program: “no amount of pension reforms...

Iveta Radičová on anti-EU sentiment

In an interview with Denník N, former Slovak prime minister Iveta Radičová accurately points out that it was never monetary assistance from Brussels that "caused&...

Slovak elections, March 5, 2016

Many surprises. Three anti-establishment parties made it. Several (depending on how you count) of the eight parties that will be in the parliament have nationalistic tendencies,...

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