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Finland’s strong far right party is known for defending policies against immigrants and other vulnerable groups. But it’s also known for pushing an anti-EU agenda. Its double stance has been questioned recently. Originally called the True Finns, the party reinvented itself as the Finn party (Perus in Finnish). Since then,...

Anka Mrak-Taritaš: The only way forward is through EU accession of all of the former Yugoslav states

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Croatia is the youngest EU member state, and together with Slovenia, is a former republic...

Hristo Ivanov: Bulgaria is a text-book example of what is termed “captured state”

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Over the last five years, the European Commission has had to address several cases of...

GRECO’s Executive Secretary: «Immunity must not result in impunity»

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When the country is mired in corruption, national anticorruption agencies are practically powerless. Then international...

Dr Lobsang Sangay: ‘The human rights situation in Tibet has gone from bad to worse’

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The Tibetan question has returned to the fore,  making its way high on the agenda...

Romania’s EU presidency revisited: Interview with Minister George Ciamba

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Romania took the helm of the rotating EU Presidency, for the first time since joining...