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hansfbellstedt

24

Apr 2017

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Die Freiheit nicht dem Dogma opfern. Von Hans F. Bellstedt

Wer dieser Tage in London Gespräche führt, der wird – unabhängig von den Neuwahlen, die Theresa May herbeigeführt hat – ein gesteigertes Interesse an der innenpolitischen Lage in Deutschland feststellen. „Who is going to win in September, Merkel or Schulz?“, lautet eine der meistgestellten Fragen an Besucher aus Berlin. ...

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Christian_Zoerner

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Apr 2017

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BREXIT – Folgen für den Wirtschaftsverkehr mit Großbritannien – ein Veranstaltungsbericht von Christian Zörner

Seitdem das britische Volk im Sommer 2016 knapp für den Austritt des Vereinigten Königreichs aus der Europäischen Union gestimmt hat, beschäftigt dieses Votum gleichermaßen Briten, Deutsche und Europäer, Politik und Wirtschaft. Wegen der Einzigartigkeit dieses Ereignisses, Großbritannien wird das erste Land überhaupt sein, ...

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Kongress

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Mrz 2017

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EU-60 summit avoids disaster, triumphalism … and reform. By Michael Wohlgemuth

Not all member states and institutions of the European Union were thrilled about Matteo Renzi’s idea – back while he was still prime minister of Italy – to hold a special summit to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. Last week’s celebration of the EU’s founding documents would have been spoiled had […]

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vincenzo scarpetta

29

Mrz 2017

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Theresa May triggers Article 50 – what next?. By Vincenzo Scarpetta

Today, the UK formally notifies its intention to leave the EU – setting the Article 50 withdrawal process into motion. Open Europe’s Vincenzo Scarpetta takes a look at what happens next, discussing the main potential sticking points of the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Nine months have gone by since the UK voted to leave the EU ...

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Mrz 2017

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After 60 years of European integration: a new variable geometry? By Michael Wohlgemuth

The EU has good reasons to celebrate its last 60 years – or at least most of it: it promoted peace, democracy and cooperation among its members and created the world’s largest single market. The seemingly unidirectional process of ever further enlargement and ever further deepening of the Union, however, has come to an end […]

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pieter cleppe

22

Mrz 2017

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A glimpse at EU member states’ guidelines for the Brexit negotiations. By Pieter Cleppe

Dutch daily De Volkskrant has more on the long-awaited ‘guidelines’ that will determine the position of the 27 remaining EU member states in the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe provides a summary of the revelations. The document only contains ten pages and would only have been seen by six ...

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