Category : Living in Europe

by Prague Examiner - 7 months ago

Contemplating the legacy of Babyn Yar

Over two days, beginning on September 28, 1941, Kyiv’s Jews have been gathered up underneath the pretense that they have been to be resettled. There, in what was then the sting of the town, however now minutes away from the town’s middle, at a...

by Prague Examiner - 7 months ago

Political opportunism as a barrier to free trade

The EU has a posh ratification course of in relation to the enforcement of bilateral free trade deals. The Commerce and Sustainable improvement agreements, during which Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) are included, require the lively involvement of each...

by Prague Examiner - 7 months ago

Integration or isolation for the EU?

Last week, European Fee President Ursula von der Leyen visited Albania and different Western Balkan nations. Her fundamental political message was that the future of our nations is inside the European Union. Relating to Tirana and Skopje, she stated...

by Prague Examiner - 7 months ago

Is the EU ready to protect its food supply chains?

The EU’s inner market commissioner Thierry Breton conducted a tour of Japan and South Korea final week, in a bid to strike up partnerships for the event of a European microchips and semiconductor business. The visits come in the wake of the announcem...

by Prague Examiner - 7 months ago

What kind of a threat Is Russia?

In his latest guide, The Stupidity of War: American Foreign Policy and the Case for Complacency, American political scientist John Mueller demonstrates that because the finish of World Conflict II, American policymakers have developed a type of habit...