Language diversity in a post-Brexit Union: a French perspective

Rose Hartwig-Peillon in her blog wrote about language diversity from a French perspective.

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Renewed EU–Southern neighbourhood agenda: is economical aid a right tool to achieve EU’s targets?

Magdalena Rubin in her blog wrote about the European adapted policy regarding the MENA region .

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Italian MEPs’ mission to the Bosnia Refugee Camps: on the brink of inhumanity

Irene Chiocchetti in her blog wrote about the shocking discovery of Italian MEP´s regarding the terrible conditions in Bosnian refugee camps.

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The right-wing tango with free speech online

In a blog post, Tadas Vinokuras writes about online speech moderation in relation to the right-wing parties.

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Decarbonization of Western Balkans: Can Europe become climate-neutral by 2050?

In a blog post, Jovana Vancevska writes about Western Balkan region and its approach to the topic of climate neutrality and other environmental issues.

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"Europe will be made through crises": the limits to the Monnet-Schuman approach to European construction

Rose Hartwig-Peillon analyses Monnet-Schuman's saying regarding to European construction through crises in view to pandemic of covid-19, vaccines and European recovery plan.

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EU vaccinations – latest iteration of multi-speed Europe?

In a blog post, Liliana Kotval writes about how vaccination against COVID-19 and its application in various Member States can exacerbate the phenomenon of so-called multi-speed Europe.

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What will Draghi’s government mean for Italy’s climate policy and the European Green Deal?

In a blog post, Charlotte Bufano writes about what Mario Draghi's government can mean for Italy's climate policy and the European Green Deal.

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Regional impact of the Visegrad 4’s policies – Entrenchment or Fragmentation?

In his latest contribution, Márk Szabó deals with the issue of relations of the Visegrad Group, especially its internal coherence, but also the relationship with the EU.

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Why are CEE countries more prone to democratic backsliding than other EU member states?

In her blog post, Rose Hartwig-Peillon discusses the aspects of democracy in CEE countries.

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