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The Tibetan question has returned to the fore,  making its way high on the agenda of the European Union’s foreign ministers. Chinese officials have spent many years lobbying against Tibetan rights and blocking any political activities in favour of human rights in this Chinese occupied region. Back in Europe, there...

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...

Péter Niedermüller: Hungary’s opposition has appetite for democracy

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Ahead of the European Parliament elections, Hungary is facing a rather unique situation. It appears...

Elena Markitani: 335,000 birds were still trapped across Cyprus last autumn

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Bird trapping is a Europe-wide problem since this illegal activity has been reported in many...

Daniels Pavļuts lists equality, health and education as Latvia’s top priorities

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It’s party time for Latvia’s pro-European liberals Daniels Pavļuts, co-chair of the Development/For! Party, lists...

Uffe Elbæk: “An alternative to the EU, is not less EU, it’s a better EU”

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Ideological boundaries often prevent different political forces from cooperating on major problems. But Denmark’s The...