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Kolme puheenvuoroa Euroopasta

The first of January 1995, Finland officially became part of the European Union.  

Christmas in Kiev with Olivier Védrine

Olivier Védrine, French political scientist and long-standing friend of Ukraine, opens the doors of his apartment overlooking the Dnieper and holds a  party for his friends.

The Home Office v Me - one EU citizen tells her story

Let me start by saying that I have always been a firm believer in the European project since I was a child. Coming from an ex-communist country, the EU was always a beam of light from the dark past, a symbol of liberty, democracy, human rights and all the values and governance we Eastern Europeans aspired.

3 Reasons Why It Is Better To Rent A Camper Instead of Owning

So you’re thinking of going away on a camping holiday?

Expert shares top keyword research tips for successful law firm SEO Campaigns

The base premise of search engine optimization (SEO) could not be simpler: Maximize the visibility of your law firm online by using proven techniques to rank higher in search engine results.  

Boris Johnson: riding towards a place with no name

Discussing the protracted negotiations to end the Vietnam war, the American diplomat John Negroponte once said that it had taken a long time to “force the North Vietnamese to accept the American surrender.”  Things have moved more quickly in the Brexit negotiations, where it has taken barely a fortnight for Boris Johnson to surrender his supposed central objection to the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by Theresa May, that of a customs and regulatory border in the Irish Sea.

Else Kvist at Rally 4 Our Rights

Good afternoon London, can you all hear me!?

The condition of asylum seekers and refugees in Bosnia

Yesterday I ended my official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, calling the State to lead the development of comprehensive migration policies, reports  Felipe González Morales, UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants

London Mayor makes EU citizens feel at home

The sun was beaming down from a clear blue sky, over the sea of people waving its way around City Hall. The home of the London Mayor resembles the spirally coiled shell of a snail. And in Danish, my mother tongue, we literally call the shell, which the snail carries on its back, a snail’s house.

True European citizenship

As the threat of a hard Brexit looms, many British nationals living in the EU fear for their rights and status.
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