As the Dutch government withdrew Turkey’s FM Mevlut Cavusoglu’s travel permission it seems that EU-Turkey relations are deteriorating further every day. So in you opinion, what’s next, is it possible to continue like this or do expect some dramatic development from one or both sides? Read few comments.
Two-speed EU or multi-speed EU has been to a certain degree a reality for some time. But it seems it is to many also the preferable scenario for the EU future. In your opinion, what would be pros and cons of institutionalized multi-speed EU? Read few comments.
It seems that PM Mark Rutte’s VVD and Geert Wilders’ PVV will fight for the first place in the upcoming election that takes place on March 15.
How do you read the effort of the Polish government to unseat EUCO President Donald Tusk? Is this more or less an internal issue for Jaroslaw Kaczynski to show he fights Tusk (and Brussels) or do you see also other motives? Read few comments.
My interview with Professor Roderick Pace, Director of the Institute for European Studies and Jean Monnet Chair, University of Malta.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will be the first world leader to meet with US President Donald Trump.
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