Posted on 19. December 2014 by Laura Virué Escalera Spain needs three million jobs in the short term and yet an international agreement that promises to deliver 140.000 new jobs to Spain – albeit in a distant and uncertain future – does not seem to be a strong reason for the public opinion to wake up. … Continue reading TTIP, who cares?
Posted on 04. July 2013 by Ivan Lavrentjev While people are enjoying their summer holidays, one needn’t to turn on a TV series to enjoy a detective show. Edward Snowden, former CIA employee, dealing with technical issues is said to be staying at the transit area of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport in Russia. As the topic of … Continue reading Technician, Lawyer, Scholar, Spy
Posted on 02. July 2013 by Stephan Kool Reactions and condemnations on PRISM and affiliate internet surveillance systems from the representatives from EU nations come up slowly. Too slow. Evil voices in commenting sections of newspapers suggest that politicians already knew about it. The truth however might be the opposite: We need an immigration program to … Continue reading Immigration program to the world of the digital natives
Posted on 19. November 2012 by Stephan Kool The E.U. and predecessor organizations lack unity when it comes to a common foreign policy, especially when a conflict breaks out in a neighboring country as Adnan was able to point out in his recent blog. But the paradox is that this is more peaceful than any alternative … Continue reading Should the EU adapt a proactive foreign policy?
Posted on 04. November 2012 by Veronika Sobolova Every American presidential election tends to be the most important in the history. But this really is. What do you think, can we expect a change in the White House after the 6th of November? Barack Obama promised the change in every of his speech four years ago. … Continue reading Relation adrift in the haze