UK, an aside partner
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UK, an aside partner

Jacques Delors gave a surprising advice to UK. In an interview for the German daily Handelsblatt, the former president of the European Commission simply suggested to United Kingdom to leave EU. According to Delors, “Brits are only interested in their economic interests, nothing more. It might be proposed another form of partnership to them” as … Continue reading

Three men and a Nobel
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Three men and a Nobel

On Monday noon, Herman Van Rompuy, Jose Manuel Barroso and Martin Schulz went to Olso (Norway) to receive the Nobel Prize awarded to European Union. In addition the main faces of the EU institutions, some heads of State and government came at this occasion to attend the ceremony as François Hollande (French President), Angela Merkel … Continue reading

The circus continues
French politics

The circus continues

François Fillon and Jean-François Copé had a meeting at the premises of the French Parliament to discuss about the current situation of UMP party and think about a compromise. At the end of their meeting (the first since the 25th of November), the two men agreed to… a new meeting tomorrow. It is a new … Continue reading

Mas’ relative victory
International

Mas’ relative victory

This Sunday, Catalonians went to polls to renew their parliament, consequence of the announcement of early elections by Artur Mas, two months ago. These elections looked like a referendum about the independence of Catalonia, the richest province of Spain. Indeed, it was the central topic of the campaign put forward by Artur Mas, the Generalitat … Continue reading