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In this week’s News brief we discuss the recent development in regards to Brexit… will there be a breakthrough in the negotiations? You are busy during the week, but don’t want to miss out on Eurpean affairs? Then sign up for our News Brief now! Brexit Breakthrough This week the news broke that a possible… » read more

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This week, we discuss the break down of the German coalition talks. Our populist watch zooms in at the newest party in the German Bundestag: the ‘Alternative für Deutschland’. Want to discuss how to curb Populism? Make sure to register for our presentation event in Brussels on the 13th of December! Mutti Merkel: Make it… » read more

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In times of Brexit, a look at why Macron succeeded in imposing his brand of political centrism, where the Liberal Democrats failed. Emmanuel Macron was elected in 2017 and no-one was surprised. Unlike the labyrinth that was 2016, France turned away from hysterical populism and shock horror election results. Tactically or otherwise (twenty six million… » read more

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Written by Adela Alexandra Iacoboc, Content Officer (Politics & Institutions) Last Saturday, on the 25th of March, Europe was celebrating 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the EU’s founding treaty officially establishing the European Economic Community. The Treaty of Rome enshrined into law the foundation of the European project, which brought… » read more

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In less than a week, Article 50 will be triggered by the UK. On the same day of this announcement, the European Parliament Research Service published for the first time a document that reflects some of the thinking of inside the EU. Barbara Aubin, Head of Content at the 1989 Generation Initiative, explains why the… » read more

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Many are sad and deeply affected by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, but perhaps none more than Ireland. Ireland’s place in the world has been closely tied with common membership of the Union alongside Britain; with Ireland in no mood to leave the EU any time soon, it will have to chart a… » read more

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Brexit is a shock, but one which the European Union can recover from. Hope rests above all in a first ‘European’ generation which has grown up experiencing the benefits of integration and membership. This group will decide the EU’s future direction, if it can overcome its frustration. By Michael Cottakis, President of the 1989 Generation… » read more

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