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How Georgian democracy perishes: The case of Nika Gvaramia

Georgia is the second European country after Ukraine that suffered the most from Russia’s expansionism in the last decades. It was invaded by the...

Parliament: Concerns in Greece, Spain, Malta, and across the EU

Parliament points to worrying trends based on the Commission’s latest findings across the EU and highlights specific concerns in the three member states. During a joint...

European Commission moves to sue Poland over EU law primacy

The European Commission moved to defer Poland in front of the Court of Justice of the European Union after the country continued to violate...

President Čaputová: If we do not defend democracy, it will cease to exist

Addressing MEPs, Slovak President Zuzana Čaputová called for a defence of democracy and European values, and EU solidarity in the face of multiple crises. Referring...

The Left: European Parliament declares Hungary “no longer a democracy”

On the same day a new Hungarian law restricting access to abortion entered into force, the European Parliament declared that Hungary is “no longer...

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EU membership talks to start for Moldova and Ukraine

The European Union has agreed to launch membership negotiations...

German minister tries talking China out of retaliation tariffs

German economy minister Robert Habeck arrived in China on...

Amazon announces a further €10 billion investment in jobs and innovations in Germany

Tech giant Amazon announced on Wednesday its plan to...

China ready for pork new tariffs as retaliation against EV hike

China decided to open an anti-dumping investigation on pork...

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