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The Impact of Brexit on Romania

Analysis - Romania - 23 Jul 2016

A month has passed since the UK decided to leave the EU. What impact will the Brexit have on Romania and Romanians living in Britain? by Alina Agafiţei

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Brexit and the Urgent Need for a Plan B

Guest commentary by Daniel Guéguen - 17 Jul 2016

Brexit, rightly seen as inadvisable, will turn out to be impossible both technically and politically. Far from destroying the EU, Brexit is a chance to relaunch it by creating a two-circle community: a circle based on Eurozone integration and a circle for the Single Market. Everyone would benefit from this. by Daniel Guéguen

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Unlimited Shame or Glorious Victory – Britain Divided Over Brexit

UK - Special BREXIT - UK - 23 Jun 2016

Brexit – The Results ++ UK Politics in Turmoil ++ What’s Next? – A commentary. by Alex Braley, Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck

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Hauskaa Vappua! – A Colourful Cocktail of Traditions For the Finnish First of May

Finland - 01 May 2016

Roots and development of vappu ++ Vappu traditions ++ Typical food and drinks. by Anne-Kristin Beinhauer

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What does the Dutch 'No' on the EU-Ukraine Association Treaty Mean?

Special - Netherlands - 06 Apr 2016

Why a referendum in a representative democracy? ++ Who organised the referendum and what was it really about? ++ Will there be future referendums? by Frederic van Zinnicq Bergmann

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