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1.  Der Standard - Austria | 01/03/2013

Bratušek on shaky ground

After the downfall of Prime Minister Janez Janša in Slovenia the prime minister designate Alenka Bratušek is facing tricky coalition negotiations. If she doesn't manage ... » more

2.  Der Standard - Austria | 27/12/2007

Kosovo, Europe's biggest challenge in 2008

"The EU's policy towards Serbia reveals itself as inconsistent, implausible, and on top of that, careless," writes Adelheid Wölfl. "Because the Kosovo question is obviously ... » more

3.  Der Standard - Austria | 07/11/2007

Slow progress in the EU's enlargement policy

Adelheid Wölfl takes a look at the negative "reports" the EU delivered on the Balkan states. "Certain Western Balkan states received pretty critical reports from ... » more

4.  Der Standard - Austria | 10/10/2007

European day against the death penalty

Today, March 10th, was to be proclaimed a "European Day against the Death Penalty" by the EU. However the initiative failed after Poland exercised its ... » more

5.  Der Standard - Austria | 16/08/2007

Abdullah Gul to run again for president

"The AKP is continuing the confrontation between the religious and the secular camps," writes Adelheid Wölfl commenting on Abdullah Gul's decision to run as a ... » more

6.  Der Standard - Austria | 11/07/2007

Polish governmental crisis a ploy to divert attention from another scandal

Poland has managed to avert a governmental crisis; the populist Samoobrona party will remain in the governmental coalition for now. Adelheid Wölf believes Prime Minister ... » more

7.  Der Standard - Austria | 24/05/2007

The verdict in the Djinjdić trial

The verdict in the trial of the assassins of Prime Minister Zoran Djinjdić was passed on Wednesday, 23 May, in Belgrade. All twelve defendants were ... » more

8.  Der Standard - Austria | 29/08/2006

The series of attacks in Turkey

Adelheid Wölfl examines the recent terrorist attacks in connection with Turkey's new anti-terrorism law, which has been criticised as undemocratic in EU circles and could ... » more

9.  Der Standard - Austria | 08/08/2006

Roma in Bulgaria

According to official figures, 370,000 Roma currently live in Bulgaria – 90 percent of whom live on state benefits, receiving 75 euros a month per ... » more

10.  Der Standard - Austria | 08/06/2006

Europe's role in the CIA's anti-terror campaign

The Europeans would be well advised to stop criticising the US's anti-terrorism strategy now,” Adelheid Wölfl writes. The inquiry report "not only offers a detailed ... » more

 

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