R.I.P. Jacques Chirac. What is his political legacy?

How would you assess political legacy of President Jacques Chirac (1932 – 2019), what from what he had done still resonate (should resonate) in French, European politics? Read few comments.

Jacques Chirac (1932 – 2019)

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Some strengths and weaknesses of von der Leyen’s Commission

This is very preliminary but read few comments.

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Greek elections: Mitsotakis’ ND leads opinion polls. Why?

What are the main reasons that ND is pretty clearly leading in the opinion polls? An early elections take place on July, 7. Read few comments.

Leader of New Democracy Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Credit: http://www.nd.gr

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Who is Ursula von der Leyen?

How is a candidate for President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen perceived on the German political scene and what about her relationship with Chancellor Angela Merkel? Read few comments.

Ursula Von der Leyen, Candidate for President of the EC. Credit: http://www.BMVg.de

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The allocation of the EU top jobs is in many ways a surprise casting

How strong or weak, and why, do you see a rosters of EU top jobs? Read few comments.

Ursula Von der Leyen, Candidate for President of the EC. Credit: http://www.BMVg.de

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What is Theresa May’s legacy and what’s next for the Conservative Party?

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PM Theresa May. Credit: https://www.gov.uk

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European politics: Greens time is coming?

In some countries in the EP elections we have seen a good results for parties of Greens and they will have more MEPs. There are probably two contributing factors. Traditional parties are losing and people do care about climate change, environment. But will/can Greens affect the EU policies and it what sense? Read few comments.
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