La Commission de Venise du Conseil de l’Europe fustige la Turquie
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La Commission de Venise du Conseil de l’Europe fustige la Turquie

S’ouvre un nouveau front de confrontation avec l’ONU pour son action contre la communauté kurde. De son côté, la Commission européenne enfonce le clou, et lance un sévère rappel à…

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La guerre et l’Europe : Vers une Europe à plusieurs vitesses ?
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La guerre et l’Europe : Vers une Europe à plusieurs vitesses ?

Guerre et paix, deux termes que l'on n’a plus l’habitude d’associer. Le faire ne revient-il pas à se poser la question d'une l’Europe à plusieurs vitesses ? Pourquoi ne les a-t-on…

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Les voyages du vice-président américain Mike Pence : de Munich à Bruxelles
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Les voyages du vice-président américain Mike Pence : de Munich à Bruxelles

Entre perplexité, confusion et consternation, la Conférence de Munich sur la sécurité qui s'est tenue les 17-18-19 février dernier démontre de la volonté de rechercher l’apaisement, sans pour autant convaincre réellement. Jean-Claude…

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#FactOfTheDay: Mogherini to the EU’s ministers of foreign affairs and defence: More convincing support from the EU is needed as the situation in the Western Balkans remains tense.

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini took an official Balkan tour last week from 1 to 4 March. Her visit comes at a difficult time when ethnic and political rising tensions are undermining the process of European integration. Nevertheless, the EU can’t stop at 27. The Western Balkans’ states belong to Europe and should join the EU family. (suite…)

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EU – Kosovo/Serbia: where is the train headed for?

Troubling news continue to come from the Balkans. Two rounds of talks in the framework of the High Level Dialogue for the normalisation of relations between Belgrade and Pristina were hosted by High Representative Federica Mogherini respectively on 24 January and on February first. Tensions escalated before the meeting when Serbia attempted to send a passenger train emblazoned with the slogan “Kosovo is Serbia” in several languages to the Serb enclave of northern Kosovo and started to build up a wall in Mitrovica to divide Kosovo Serbs from Albanians. Thus, both parties were invited to participate at the EU-backed High Level Dialogue in order to minimise, if not erase, any risk to blow up what already have been achieved as far as the normalisation of the relations between Belgrade and Pristina concerns. (suite…)

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La sécurité ronge-t-elle nos droits ? Partie I: l’état d’urgence

Début 2017, Amnesty International a publié un rapport de 73 pages sur la dégradation des droits des personnes et des droits fondamentaux dans l’Union Européenne, due à l’ampleur croissante de…

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#FactOfTheDay: The future of EU-U.S. relations – Did Pence bring the wind of change?
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#FactOfTheDay: The future of EU-U.S. relations – Did Pence bring the wind of change?

Today the American Vice-President Mike Pence was in Brussels for holding talks with EU officials. His visit follows contrastive and confusional signals coming from USA since the election of Trump…

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La Commission lance un ambitieux chantier en faveur de l’économie des données

La réglementation européenne globale concernant la gestion de l’Internet et des réseaux ayant été édictée en 1995, aux balbutiements du Net, la rénovation débutée en janvier 2012 était donc plus…

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#FactOfTheDay: Anti-corruption protest in Bucharest: the biggest since the fall of communism in 1989
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#FactOfTheDay: Anti-corruption protest in Bucharest: the biggest since the fall of communism in 1989

Protests continue in Romania. Last Wednesday hundreds of thousands people took to the streets of the capital in Romania to protest against a decree adopted by the government which decriminalises…

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