29.08.2019
Ukraine and Europe from Chernobyl to Zelensky

A conversation on the nuclear energy debate in 2019, the future of Ukraine under Zelensky, and where climate action is headed in the years to come.

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24.08.2017
A Never-Ending Accession Process? Bosnia and Herzegovina and the EU

After 17 years the country’s attempt to join the EU is still beset by hurdles. It is crucial now to make a real effort.

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26.09.2016
How to Deal with Post-Coup Turkey?

After the failed coup d’état in July this year the EU has to re-position itself vis à vis post-coup Turkey. Finding a formulation that satisfies the EU and is acceptable to Turkey will not be easy.

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01.08.2016
The Only Way Ahead for Turkey is Returning to the EU and the Peace Process

In the wake of the attempted coup of July 15th, a crackdown on human rights has been taking place across Turkey, with arrests, sackings and infringements on the freedom of movement. The only way to ensure that rights are respected and that Turkey becomes a democracy governed by the rule of way is to re-engage with the EU accession process and to relaunch the stalled peace process in the Southeast of the country.

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01.03.2016
Europe: One House for All

Professor Bronisław Geremek was a Father Figure to Europe.

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01.03.2015
“I Never Thought It Would Be Easy” – EU Foreign Policy and Ukraine

In the most recent conflict with Russia, the EU has tried to find a solution that avoids war. The EU considers military action only as the last resort – and that should not change in the future, even if we accept that the world won’t become an entirely peaceful place from one day to next. An interview with Rebecca Harms.

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09.10.2013
Hospitality and Integration in Europe: Croatia’s Experience

Both multicultural and assimilationist models of integration have difficulties, but the intercultural approach could offer a way to move beyond concepts of majority and minority, host society and newcomers, and become a new model for Europe.

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05.07.2013
Croatian Ghosts from the Past in the EU

In everyday life, nationalism and intolerance are creeping back into Croatian society. We’re at risk of destroying the memory of anti-fascist hero Stjepan Filipović, but membership of the EU may be an opportunity to reverse this.

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02.07.2013
Turning Bitter into Sweet – an Opportunity for the Greens?

The ambivalence within Croatia and the EU regarding Croatia’s recent accession is the result of often contradictory discourses.

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