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Brexit and danger of "Weimar Britain"

Over the next year or two, we could witness the emergence of a rancid, angry Britain: a society riven by domestic divisions and economic difficulties, let down by its ruling classes, fetid with humiliation and resentment. Any such country is a danger both to itself and to its neighbours.

Opinions & Analyses Monday, July 30, 2018 14:30 Comments: 5

Berlin Process 2014-2018: Gains and challenges

"The 'Berlin Process' is very helpful. I am extremely grateful to German Chancellor Angela Merkel because she has created it. Otherwise nothing would have moved. Now some things are progressing and it depends much on the region for the things to move forward," says the former Vice-Chancellor of Austria, Erhard Busek.

Opinions & Analyses Thursday, July 5, 2018 11:33 Comments: 0

"Court shows intent to release Curuvija murder suspects"

"I am under strong impression that the Trial Chamber wants to release those accused of the murder of Slavko Curuvija as it has led the process as if it did not want to do it, or was forced in advance to pass an acquittal decision”, Veran Matic, Chairman of the Commission for investigating the killings of journalists states.

Interviews Monday, July 2, 2018 09:31 Comments: 0
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