Topic: Naorth Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

Sweden Concerned About Future of EU and Country’s Security

Sweden, 06 Dec - 02 Jan 2017

Prime Minster Löfven strongly concerned about future of EU ++ Sweden to reintroduce compulsory military service ++ New year brings legal changes to Sweden. by Maciej Wilga
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Romanian Future Taking Shape: Equal Political Treatment and Military Involvement

Romania, 19 Jun - 16 Jul 2016

Former PM Ponta, accused of plagiarism, has doctor’s title withdrawn ++ NATO Summit brings changes for Romania’s international military involvement ++ Rio Summer Olympics 2016: Gymnast Cătălina Ponor flag bearer for Romania. by Alina Agafiţei
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Sweden Talks Foreign Policy and Remembers Olof Palme

Sweden, 02 Feb - 28 Feb 2016

Sweden Debates Its Foreign Policy and NATO Membership in the Parliament ++ Olof Palme’s Death Anniversary ++ Nationalist Sweden Democrats’ support stagnates. by Maciej Wilga
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Sweden Swaying Between Neutrality & Nato: Security Pressures & New Controversies

Sweden - Analysis - Sweden - 19 Dec 2015

An analysis about the newest debate on the relationship between Sweden and the North Atlantic Alliance. by Maciej Wilga
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House of Commons rejects Assisted Dying Bill, A New Leader for Labour

UK, 21 Aug - 23 Sep 2015

House of commons says ‘no’ to assisted dying ++ Jeremy Corbyn elected as Labour party leader. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce
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The Wild East? Peculiar Lending Practices in Poland

Poland, 01 Mar - 31 Mar 2015

Loans in Poland – a shark’s tale ++ Komorowski calls for new NATO strategy ++ More fines for traffic violations. by Lukas Plewnia
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Gas Supply, War in Ukraine, Nuclear Energy - Putin's Long Shadow over Orbán's Policies

Hungary, 15 Feb - 14 Mar 2015

Putin’s visit to Budapest remains low-key ++ Poland astonished by Putin’s visit to Hungary ++ Secretive nuclear deal with Russia runs into trouble with the EU. by Balázs Márton, Bálint Sedlmayr, Robert Talo
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Sweden’s New Foreign and Defence Policy Rows

Sweden, 03 Feb - 02 Mar 2015

Minister Wallström’s Swedish foreign policy ++ Sweden and Finland for closer defence cooperation ++ Swedish Prime Minister on asylum and immigration visit in Berlin. by Maciej Wilga
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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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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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Election Aftermath: No Majorities in Sight as Sweden searches for a new Government

Sweden, 06 Sep - 19 Sep 2014

Social Democrats face difficult task to form a new government ++ Swedish football back in Champions League after long absence ++ Crisis in Ukraine remains prominent. by Jens Ummethum
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New Government, New Weapons, No Gas?

Poland, 05 Sep - 18 Sep 2014

Kopacz follows Tusk – New government in sight ++ Poland & the NATO: The upgrade begins ++ Dependence from Russia: Poland without gas? by Lukas Plewnia
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Sweden Coming Closer to NATO ahead of the Parliamentary Elections

Sweden, 23 Aug - 05 Sep 2014

New NATO-Sweden agreement ++ Political manifestos for the Swedish parliamentary elections ++ 200 years of peace in Sweden. by Maciej Wilga
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Church Bells vs. Nazis, Finnish vs. Swedish Language, Ukraine vs. Russia

Sweden, 19 Apr - 02 May 2014

Jönköping churches fight Nazis with ringing bells ++ Hostages released in Ukraine ++ Obligation to learn Swedish questioned in Finland. by Sarah Onkels
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Poland welcomes American Troops and celebrates the Canonisation of Pope John Paul II

Poland, 18 Apr - 01 May 2014

American troops on Polish soil ++ Polish Pope John Paul II declared a saint ++ Famous Polish poet Rozewicz passes away. by Maciej Wilga
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An unpleasant Visit – no warm Welcome to Sweden Democrats' Leader in Malmö

Sweden, 05 Apr - 18 Apr 2014

Sweden Democrats Leader’s visit to Malmö sparks strong reactions ++ Opposition attacks the government’s budget proposal ++ Crisis in Ukraine has consequences for Northern Europe. by Jens Ummethum
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Ukraine, Lemanski Case and Smolensk Disaster back on the Agenda

Poland, 04 Apr - 17 Apr 2014

Crises in the Ukraine continues – Polish debate concerning its Eastern policy and national security ++ Catholic authorities vs. priest of Jasienica: Bishop closes church during Holy Week ++ Fourth anniversary of Polish presidential plane crash in Russia. by Monika Kostecka
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The Murder of two Jewellery Burglars – Wilder’s Debate continues

Netherlands, 29 Mar - 11 Apr 2014

Deurne case heats Moroccan debate ++ Killing of Dutch padre in Homs turns focus back to Syria ++ After the Crimea crisis, Dutch fear for stability of eastern Ukraine. by Frederic van Zinnicq Bergmann
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All Eyes on Bulgaria: Cooperative Approaches to Security

Bulgaria, 19 Mar - 01 Apr 2014

Top U.S. diplomat visits Bulgaria to discuss the Russia-Ukraine situation ++ Bulgaria to avoid a monitoring mechanism over refugees? ++ President Rossen Plevneliev under enormous pressure. by Alice Greschkow, Ivan Yanakiev, Raycho Penchev
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Obama in Brussels: A Kingdom under the rule of a President

Belgium, 09 Mar - 27 Mar 2014

Obamania hits Belgium ++ Extreme-right parliamentarians take part in observation of Crimean referendum ++ 30km/h speed limit on cyclists: a lack or a shortage of rules? by Daan Fonck
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U.S. VP Biden in Poland: clear stance towards Ukraine and Russia

Poland, 07 Mar - 20 Mar 2014

Joe Biden visits Polish President and Prime Minister ++ Minister of Agriculture resigns ++ New alliance on the right. by Lukas Plewnia
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Foreign Minister Sikorski “scores” in negotiations with Ukraine’s political players

Poland, 21 Feb - 06 Mar 2014

Polish Foreign Minister distinguishes himself among Ukraine negotiators ++ Tipsy on board: Polish MEP resignes after conflict with German airport official ++ Another baby found abandoned, this time of Chinese descent. by Maciej Wilga
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Sweden discussing its Defence while entering the Election Year

Sweden, 12 Jan - 25 Jan 2014

Sweden’s defence of interest to Finland ++ Government alliance falling behind in the polls as the first parliamentary debate kicks off the election year ++ Lingonberries helping reduce obesity. by Maciej Wilga
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Country Special: Spain in Europe, Europe in Spain

Spain, 03 Jan - 03 Jan 2014

The Historic Dimension ++ Spain Today ++ Lessons for Europe?
by Marco Just Quiles
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NATO Exercises in the Baltic Sea – Sweden’s first time

Sweden, 16 Oct - 29 Oct 2013

Neutral Sweden joins NATO military manoeuvre “Steadfast Jazz” ++ Secret and controversial Facebook group of police officers discovered ++ South Sweden hit hard by storm “Simone”. by Maciej Wilga
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Poland mourns first free elected Premier Mazowiecki and refines foreign Reputation

Poland, 14 Oct - 27 Oct 2013

The first Prime Minister of the free Poland passed away ++ Civic Platform on the rise again ++ New Polish foreign policy efforts. by Maciej Wilga
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Polish Impulses for Syria and EU

Poland, 02 Sep - 15 Sep 2013

New Polish impulses in the EU foreign and Security Policy ++ Gowin to create a new political party ++ Krakow to compete for the Olympic Winter Games 2020. by Maciej Wilga
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New Nukes and Pandas for Belgium

Belgium, 31 Aug - 13 Sep 2013

Nuclear bombs? We do not confirm, nor deny ++ Local government gets active in print media ++ Panda-diplomacy results in Panda-quarrel. by Daan Fonck
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Worry About New Austerity Plans & Security of Private Data

Netherlands, 18 Jun - 01 Jul 2013

Sums change, the message stays the same: the Netherlands need to save more money ++ Obama in Germany and Africa - Snowden stuck in Russia ++ What will happen to Afghanistan, when NATO leaves? ++ The democracy everybody wanted? – The end of Morsis' Egypt. by Frederic van Zinnicq Bergmann
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