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17 December 2014

Defense Spending also help boost the Economy

"What has happened in Ukraine is a wake-up call and a reminder that we can't take our security for granted..." said the outgoing NATO's Secretary General, A.F.Rasmussen. Russia ...

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17 December 2014

The driving Forces of Europe's economy

For decades, and rightly so, it was stressed that France and Germany were the driving forces of Europe in both political and economic terms. Politically this view was completely accurate. However, ...

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28 November 2014

Intense Migratory Pressures at European Borders

With every human tragedy the question of migration to Europe returns to the front of the scene.Hundreds of immigrants mainly from Africa but also from the Middle East lose their lives by crossing ...

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28 November 2014

PM D.Cameron annoys the other European leaders

A rising tide of populist sentiment appears to be washing away the consensus in Europe. And the British PM is surfing on this wave of populism. It claims to want to step up his fight against an ...

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14 November 2014

In Search of Security: the Gas Supply

The European Union consumes 450 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year. Of this amount 125 billion are provided by only one supplier: Gazprom, Russia's state-owned energy company. And 75 ...

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14 November 2014

When the Threat comes from the Sky

19 unidentified overflights of the French nuclear power plants alerted government authorities, but also public opinions, to the risks associated with the operation of these very sensitive sites. ...

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31 October 2014

The Economic Impacts of a Pandemic

Today, Ebola represents a serious threat to public health. But, of course, epidemics and pandemics have always existed. Nearly every country has experienced at least one epidemic since the year ...

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31 October 2014

New Concerns about Europe's Economy

Many international Institutions, in particular the IMF, are concerned with the hard times the European economy could again experience. The question is often raised: Is Europe the sick man of the ...

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14 October 2014

States are Struggling to find Resources

Given the worsening crisis in public finances the international community has engaged to fight harmful tax practices of multinational enterprises. Numerous reports have demonstrated that they often ...

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14 October 2014

People want more Social Protection

The situation is a concern. Only 27% of the world's population has access to comprehensive social security systems.This means that 73% of children and adults around the world are only partially ...

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