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Whatever the outcome of the Brexit negotiations it will have a huge impact on Scotland. The Scottish people, like those in Northern Ireland, voted by a large majority to remain but their democratic decision has been ignored in Westminster.
The emergence of Euroscepticism provides a common denominator between Croatia and Serbia. In Croatia, Euroscepticism revolves around economic anxieties, ‘new’ identity politics (mainly gender-related issues) and opposition to the legal provisions on minority rights. In Serbia, ‘Euroscepticism outside of the EU’ predominantly consists in geopolitical considerations, namely the desire to preserve the country’s ‘neutrality’ between east and west.
Cotonou 2020 – What the European Union can learn from Chinese trade and investment relations with Africa
The Cotonou-Agreement between the EU and ACP-countries expires in February 2020. Until now, Africa in particular has not benefitted significantly from globalization and international trade, yet with its growing young population and untapped economic potential, it seems likely that the continent will occupy a major position in the future global economy. Recently a new, dominant player has been influencing this field.
The Political Capital Policy Research and Consulting Institute, located in Budapest, started a research project two years ago on populist attitudes in Hungary and Poland. The researchers examined why the term “populism” should be ignored in order to explain the phenomena that we are facing today, and the term “tribalism” describes this phenomenon in a more accurate form. In this policy brief the authors summarize the most important results of their project and give policy recommendations what can be done against tribalism.
ÖGfE-Survey: 20 years after the introduction of the Euro as accounting money – Austrians‘ trust in the common currency
57 percent have "very/high“ trust | Two thirds believe that the Euro will remain as the common currency