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What’s going on with the Irish election?

By Muiris MacCarthaigh After the shortest official election campaign in the nation’s history – a mere 23 days – the Irish election has thrown the country into uncertainty. With 552 candidates competing for 157 seats across 40 constituencies, no party

What’s going on with the Irish election?

By Muiris MacCarthaigh After the shortest official election campaign in the nation’s history – a mere 23 days – the Irish election has thrown the country into uncertainty. With 552 candidates competing for 157 seats across 40 constituencies, no party

Le «Bruxit» de David Cameron

Par Yves Petit Cet accord, obtenu vers 22 heures vendredi 19 février, est relativement complexe. Les conclusions du Conseil européen des 18-19 février fournissent la liste de l’ensemble des dispositions «pleinement compatibles avec les traités», regroupées dans sept annexes et

Le «Bruxit» de David Cameron

Par Yves Petit Cet accord, obtenu vers 22 heures vendredi 19 février, est relativement complexe. Les conclusions du Conseil européen des 18-19 février fournissent la liste de l’ensemble des dispositions «pleinement compatibles avec les traités», regroupées dans sept annexes et

The UK deal with the EU explained: what it says and what it means

By Steve Peers The late-night deal struck between national leaders in Brussels on February 19 will change the UK’s future relationship with the European Union. British voters will decide if they want to remain in the EU or leave in

The UK deal with the EU explained: what it says and what it means

By Steve Peers The late-night deal struck between national leaders in Brussels on February 19 will change the UK’s future relationship with the European Union. British voters will decide if they want to remain in the EU or leave in

Privacy Shield replaces Safe Harbour, but only the name has changed

By David Haynes The replacement for the EU-US Safe Harbour agreement that was ruled unlawful by a European court last year may well fail the same legal tests as its predecessor. The new agreement, called Privacy Shield, seems to be

Privacy Shield replaces Safe Harbour, but only the name has changed

By David Haynes The replacement for the EU-US Safe Harbour agreement that was ruled unlawful by a European court last year may well fail the same legal tests as its predecessor. The new agreement, called Privacy Shield, seems to be

Sky is the limit. Film (r)evolution in Poland

By Marta Przywała Exactly a year ago, the famous words “and the Oscar goes to…” thrilled the Polish film industry. Paweł Pawlikowski’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning Ida is a light at the end of the tunnel for international exposure and

Sky is the limit. Film (r)evolution in Poland

By Marta Przywała Exactly a year ago, the famous words “and the Oscar goes to…” thrilled the Polish film industry. Paweł Pawlikowski’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning Ida is a light at the end of the tunnel for international exposure and

A deal half sealed: EU plan waters down some of Britain’s demands

By Sofia Vasilopoulou After months of touring European capitals and several long days holed up in Downing Street, David Cameron, the UK prime minister, can finally reveal the fruits of his labour. Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, has

A deal half sealed: EU plan waters down some of Britain’s demands

By Sofia Vasilopoulou After months of touring European capitals and several long days holed up in Downing Street, David Cameron, the UK prime minister, can finally reveal the fruits of his labour. Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, has

Europe’s failed response to refugee crisis risks fraying local labor markets

By Nikos Passas and Nicolas Giannakopoulos Doctors Without Borders last week called the response of European governments a “catastrophic failure,” pointedly summing up how countries’ “capricious” policies of opening and closing borders created “senseless stress and hazardous conditions of passage.”

Europe’s failed response to refugee crisis risks fraying local labor markets

By Nikos Passas and Nicolas Giannakopoulos Doctors Without Borders last week called the response of European governments a “catastrophic failure,” pointedly summing up how countries’ “capricious” policies of opening and closing borders created “senseless stress and hazardous conditions of passage.”