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1.  Südostschweiz - Switzerland | 09/11/2015

Election outcome a threat for EU

The result of the election in Croatia puts its relations with Europe at risk, warns the liberal daily Südostschweiz: "In Croatia on the one side ... » more

2.  Aargauer Zeitung - Switzerland | 27/08/2015

Spoil refugee smugglers' business model

Following the refugee tragedy in Austria the liberal Aargauer Zeitung calls for the EU to take steps to destroy the smugglers' business model: "Anyone who ... » more

3.  Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany | 01/02/2011

Albania lacks a democratic public sphere

Over the weekend in Albania, thousands of people took to the streets again in protest against the government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha. The opposition ... » more

4.  Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany | 28/07/2009

Corruption will continue

You either need to change politics itself or the people in it, says political philosopher Rumen Dimitrov. In his homeland Bulgaria they do the latter, ... » more

5.  Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany | 27/11/2007

Elections in Croatia

In Nobert Mappes-Niediek's opinion Ivo Sanader's election victory was well-deserved: "Over the past few years this convinced Christian Democrat has managed to turn a lobby ... » more

6.  Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany | 29/10/2007

Serbia increases pressure in the Kosovo conflict

The poker game for the Serb province of Kosovo is entering its final phase, Norbert Mappes-Niediek reports: "Belgrade is playing its final cards to prevent ... » more

7.  Frankfurter Rundschau - Germany | 29/01/2007

Limited independence for Kosovo?

According to Wolfgang Benedek, a specialist in international law from Graz, an independent Kosovo would not "set a dangerous precedent." Talking to Norbert Mappes-Niediek about ... » more

8.  Berliner Zeitung - Germany | 29/12/2006

The EU welcomes two more members

"Although the West regards them as twins, the two new member states live with their backs to each other," writes Norbert Mappes-Niediek. "Despite the great ... » more

 

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