Archive: October 2014

Fresh Start? Kopacz Cabinet Presents Ambitious Plans

Poland, 19 Sep - 02 Oct 2014

The new Prime Minister presents government programme ++ Convention against domestic violence still not ratified ++ Poland is World Champion: Twice. by Dorota Redzikowska

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20 Years later: Sweden Remembers the Estonia Victims

Sweden, 20 Sep - 03 Oct 2014

Estonia disaster remembered ++ Sweden supports fight against IS ++ New government formed. by Jens Ummethum

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Prime Minister’s Turn-around: No Surrogacy for French Couples

France, 25 Sep - 08 Oct 2014

Anti-surrogacy demonstrations and turn-around of the Prime Minister ++ Liberal professions launch first great strike ++ French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi severely injured. by Ina Berger

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Belgian Federal Government gets off to Rocky Start

Belgium, 30 Sep - 21 Oct 2014

Unique Federal Coalition for Belgium... ++ ...but no time for games ++ Progressive voice in bishop synod. by Christophe Ponsard

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Coalition Chaos after Bulgaria's Election

Bulgaria, 01 Oct - 29 Oct 2014

When will Bulgaria have a new Government? ++ Bulgaria’s banking system in non-compliance with EU financial law ++ Sofia: Soundtrack of the city.
by Ivan Yanakiev

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First Steps of Polish Prime Minister in International Politics

Poland, 03 Oct - 16 Oct 2014

First foreign visits of the new Polish prime minister ++ Two Poles accused of spying for Russia ++ Death of a famous Polish actress opens discussion about cancer prevention ++ Poland beats the World Champion. by Monika Kostecka

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Sweden Steps Up the Fight against the Ebola Virus

Sweden, 04 Oct - 17 Oct 2014

Sweden makes further efforts in the fight against Ebola ++ Swedish woman gives birth with transplanted uterus ++ Strong reactions to potential airport closing ++ Xenophobia concerns increase among Swedish youths. by Camilla Buch

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The ‘Alternative for Germany’ – no Alternative for Merkel?

Germany - Analysis - Germany - 06 Oct 2014

Conservatives or right-wing populists? The rise of the new party AfD brings Merkel's CDU in trouble. by Daniel Rätz

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France a Nobel Laureate and yet in Decline?

France, 09 Oct - 22 Oct 2014

Government reforms: just courtesy or simply the right thing? ++ Nobel Prize surprise for Frenchmen ++ Right-wing intellectual in doubt about French virility. by Matthieu Choblet

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A View from the Outside: What the World thinks about the EU

Coverage - 15 Oct 2014

Discover how young students from non-European countries perceive the European project. by Alice Greschkow

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Now, from Then to Tomorrow: Poland Busy on Several Fronts

Poland, 17 Oct - 30 Oct 2014

Controversy over the former Polish foreign minister ++ Jewish museum opened in the heart of Warsaw ++ Komorowski for a new NATO strategy. by Maciej Wilga

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Hunt for Red October? Unknown Submarine in Swedish Waters

Sweden, 18 Oct - 31 Oct 2014

Foreign Submarine sighted near Stockholm ++ Sweden recognises Palestinian state ++ Government presenting its next national budget. by Maciej Wilga

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The German Green Party – a Struggle for Identity and Leadership

Germany - Commentary - Germany - 18 Oct 2014

How the Reform of the German asylum law passes legislation and may tear the Green party apart. by Daniel Rätz

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French Environmentalist Dies Under Suspicious Cirmsumstances

France, 23 Oct - 05 Nov 2014

Uncertain death of an environmentalist shocks France ++ Mysterious Drones fly over nuclear power stations ++ 10th anniversary of transatlantic regatta. by Sabrina Hambloch

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