By: Georgios Anagnostopoulos

Normalizing xenophobia in Europe
May 25, 2017

Many Europeans rightfully rejoiced at the defeat of Marine Le Pen in the French Presidential elections. Both Le Pen’s nationalist rhetoric…

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Democracy on gunpoint
April 21, 2017

It has been legitimately said that 2017 is the year of European elections. Truly the three biggest European countries (France, United…

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Second-class countries: The Dangers of a multi-speed Europe
April 19, 2017

Amidst internal and external threats to the European Union, European leaders were pressured to come up with structural changes. After a…

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Reform fatigue in Greece
March 28, 2017

The first time Greece “starred” on the global politics scene, many were intrigued by the particularities and magnitude of its politico-economic…

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The European Union’s absence from the European media
March 6, 2017

When watching the news in European channels one will be faced with a plethora of reports on domestic and international developments….

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Outsourcing the migrants’ crisis
February 4, 2017

Technocrats and policymakers in Brussels are widely seen as rational, number-driven decision-makers who decide based on cold calculations. To the Eurosceptics’…

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Dog fights in the Aegean: Instability on the European frontline in the face of a leaderless free world
January 22, 2017

On December 4th while the Greek defense minister was visiting the small island of Kastelorizo on the frontier with Turkey, four…

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