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This week in Talking Europe: We will have a look at the Franco-British summit and see whether Germany will have a government anytime soon. Entente or Détente: A Franco-Britain Summit Franco British Military Summit: The French President, Emmanuel Macron, brought the British a long desired gift. During the summit with Theresa May, he announced that… » read more

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Welcome back to the weekly brief of the 1989 Generation Initative! This week we will discuss Merkel’s attempts to forge a coalition, the EU’s moves against Poland and other recent developments. On the 15th and 16th of February we will launch our next policy cycle “A New Contract: Reconnecting the EU and its Citizens” at… » read more

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With the recent development of the Banking Union and Outright Monetary Transactions (OMTs), it appears as if Eurozone reforms are on the rise. The adoption of OMTs into law came after an European Court Justice (ECJ) rebuke to German disapproval, arguably the first time in Eurozone history that German preferences were considerably overrode. In a… » read more

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  There have been several populist and technical arguments in favour of exiting the euro, put forward over the past few years as the Eurocrisis has dragged on. But what are the real, political and economic costs involved? What’s the price of leaving the eurozone? by François Bares The French Front National (FN) and its… » read more

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