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The paradox of the Greek presidency in the Council

by Luis Vilacha Fernandez. Originally published on 2014/02/25 2014 will be a year of great challenges. During this year Europeans will face the EU elections in May that will determine the next five years of the Union in terms of… Continue Reading →

Lithuanian Presidency: Challenges and priorities

Originally published on 2013/07/25 Lithuania is the first Baltic state to take the helm of the EU’s rotating Presidency. It faces a daunting task with a full agenda and the need to secure agreements between 28 Member States on a… Continue Reading →

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