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Digitalization of Democracy: is the EU falling behind?

By Teodor Kalpakchiev. Originally published on 2013/02/20 The recognition of the role of Internet and digital technologies can easily be judged by the self-criticism in the latest Digital Agenda for Europe communication . With the presence of 50 million wireless… Continue Reading →

The Eurasian Union: A Colossus in Construction

By Pierre Barthelemy (translated from French by Chloe Giampaolo). Originally published on 2013/01/14 [Read the original article in French here] For some time now there have been whisperings about the possibility of the disintegration of the European Union –  a… Continue Reading →

Estonia: The Euro Dream (Part II)

Originally published on 2012/07/27 The Estonian dynamic and vibrant economy has survived the Euro crisis with remarkable resistance and recorded robust economic growth in times of looming austerity and monetary stagnation. This is the second and final part of Henri… Continue Reading →

Estonia: The Euro Dream (Part I)

By Henri Erti. Originally published on 2012/07/24 The Estonian dynamic and vibrant economy has survived the Euro crisis with remarkable resistance and recorded robust economic growth in times of looming austerity and monetary stagnation. All Hail Austerity A solemn contraction… Continue Reading →

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