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Could Brexit lead to Frexit – or Czexit?

Originally posted on UCL Brexit Blog:
Seán Hanley, Senior Lecturer in Comparative Central and East European Politics at UCL, examines the claims that Brexit may lead to significant political repercussions in other EU member states, including potentially a domino effect…

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Has Endgame begun for Greece

The population of Greece is better to think very carefully for whom they want to vote next month. More than half of Greeks voted for anti-bailout parties in elections two weeks ago. Greece, which adopted the euro on 1 January … Continue reading

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Schaamte, schaamteloosheid en hebzucht

Na dat de New Yorkse Debbie Stevens zo vriendelijk was geweest een nier af te staan aan haar baas Jackie Brucia werd ze ontslagen omdat ze te lang in ziekteverlof was gebleven. Van  dankbaarheid gesproken. Maar het geeft ook de … Continue reading

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