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A-tishoo, a-tishoo, we all fall down!

All of society does not fall apart at once. We are mainly used to being on the comfortable side of the equation rather than the other side.

Europe is in mortal danger

Ladies and gentlemen, European officials, notably Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Chancellor Angela Merkel, stop these childish quarrels.

Lindsay écrit de Paris

Les résultats du Conseil Européen en vidéoconférence suscitent chez moi la plus grande tristesse, pessimisme, fatigue.

New Europeans talks to Maria Laura Franciosi about race to find corona vaccine

New Europeans asks journalist Maria Laura Franciosi to give us the low down on the frantic search for a COFID19 vaccine.

What can the EU do to help solve the COVID19 crisis?

What can the EU do to help solve the COVID19 crisis? Niels Jørgen Thørgenen, communications specialist and former Director General at the European Commission seeks to answer your questions here.

Our first day under curfew

We have all been asked to stay at home until April 5 – at least.  So how was our first day under curfew? Or you can say “under house arrest”.  

Two rays of hope on my first day of self-isolation

A wonderful piece of news hits me on the first day of my voluntary self-isolation at home in Brussels. Better still, two wonderful pieces of news.

Waking up to local elections in Munich

You definitely have the feeling of having "moved" when you no longer need GoogleMaps to find the bakery, have attended a local festival (in my case: Oktoberfest in a real Dirndl) and find a polling card for the local elections in your letterbox. 

Le Théâtre national d’Opérette de Kiev, une belle histoire ukrainienne!

The Kiev National Operetta Theater celebrated its 85th anniversary after a long makeover. The public is now on a journey back in time to rediscover the theater as it was imagined and built at the start of the 20th century.

What is the European Arrest Warrant and does it work? - Niels Jøgen Thøgerson

The European Arrest Warrant (EAW) is valid throughout all member states of the European Union (EU).  Once issued, it requires another member state to arrest and transfer a criminal suspect or sentenced person to the issuing state, so that the person can be put on trial or complete a detention period.
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