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Meritocracy as Principle of Justice

Written by Mehmet Sadik Bektas Abstract One of the American philosophers, John Rawls presents an understanding of justice through a liberal viewpoint. Principally, his practical method of truth and thesis, the veil of ignorance, allows fairness to become one of… Continue Reading →

Pre-EU Summit Insights: Juncker to triumph over Cameron?

Originally published on 2014/06/25 EPC’s leading European politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis gives Lénaïc Vaudin d’Imécourt an exclusive pre-summit analysis of the EU leaders’ meeting taking place on 26 and 27 June. Topics on the agenda include: – Nominating the… Continue Reading →

EU to protect rule of law in Romania

By Amandine Charley. Originally published on 2012/08/08 All eyes are fixed on Romania these recent days, as Romanian newly appointed Prime Minister Victor Ponta is corroding democracy in the country. Since his inauguration as Prime Minister after a newly elected… Continue Reading →

The Civil War politics behind the trial of Spanish Judge Garzon

Originally published on Mar 18th, 2012 Three tri­als con­cern­ing accus­a­tions of cor­rup­tion and abuse of office have been taken against cru­sad­ing Span­ish Judge Baltasar Gar­zon, known inter­na­tion­ally for his work invest­ig­at­ing crimes against human­ity. The ver­dict of one trial, delivered… Continue Reading →

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