Berlusconi still has three cards up his sleeve

By Erik JonesProfessor of European Studies, Director, Bologna Institute for Policy Research, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Bologna Center, The Johns Hopkins University.

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Pope Francis on homosexuality: It is more about tone rather than content

Pope Francis said that he doesn’t have any problem with the inclination to homosexuality:  “Who am I to judge them if they’re seeking the Lord in good faith?” he said. Is it somehow significant statement from the Pope in your opinion or not, and why, as some people suggest that for example a previous Pope Benedict XVI would not say something like this? Read few comments.

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Egypt: Very little room for compromise?

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A renewed political hope for Portugal?

Read few comments by Sandrina Antunes, Assistant Professor, Universidade do Minho.

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Bulgaria: What’s behind the current protests?

Are the current protests somehow different from winter’s protests or more or less it is same story irrespective of the fact the Bulgarian has a different government?

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British monarchy as a commercial brand?

It was estimated that the royal baby could boost the British economy by 240 million pounds.

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The EU blacklisted Hezbollah’s military wing. Does it mean something?

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