Grexit vs. Federalism?
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Grexit vs. Federalism?

Will Greece still be part of the Eurozone by the end of the year? Apparently yes, an agreement should be found by the next EU Council extraordinary session and members are quite optimistic. Moreover, Athenian people were gathered near the Vouli (Greek parliament) to express their will to stay in the Eurozone and in the … Continue reading

Cameron: real gambler but real winner?
International

Cameron: real gambler but real winner?

It is a total surprise nobody predicted. David Cameron, outgoing PM and Tories’ leader, largely won the UK 2015 elections with an absolute majority in the House of Commons. Labor Party only got 239 seats and Liberal-democrats almost disappeared with 8 seats. Some hours after the results, Ed Miliband, the Labor leader, Nick Clegg, outgoing … Continue reading

A (very) symbolic vote
International

A (very) symbolic vote

For sure, there will be a before and an after #9N (9th of November) in Spain. On the last Sunday, Catalonian voters backed independence of their region by near 81%. The vote was purely symbolic and had no legal value but has very important political consequences. Indeed, this consultation is a real political victory for … Continue reading