If one was ever tempted to believe that the abdication of foreign policy is a good idea, they would be well-advised to examine the periphery of Europe in 2015. There is a failed state and a migration crisis in the South, involving thousands of deaths. In the East, there is an on-going war, which again … More No altruism without power
Callum was born in London in August of 1991 from two British parents: his father a principal, and his mother an accountant. He is the first of four boys. Or perhaps five, if you include the youngest addition: a 9 month-old puppy named Freddie, a Hungarian Vizsla. For a short time, Callum grew up in … More In the pursuit of more
Le 6 Novembre était un jour de fête pour le Maroc : comme chaque année depuis 40 ans, on célébrait la « Marche verte » par laquelle 350.000 Marocains, sous l’invitation du roi du Maroc Hassan II, père de l’actuel Mohammed VI, avaient chassé le colonisateur espagnol du Sahara Occidental. Après cette marche, l’Espagne de … More Tout change pour que rien ne change : l’impasse du Sahara Occidental
The revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was published by the European External Action Service (EEAS) jointly with the European Commission – Directorate General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) on the 18th of November. Hurray, finally the ENP students will be able to write their Master theses! But how well known is … More For a real Neighbourhood policy
Dear Fellow Students of the Promotion Chopin, We have had busy, but rewarding days as student representatives serving the best interest of our beloved students. It was a semester that was not always easy, notably with the grieving events around the world and the stress that can sometimes be overwhelming. It is a task that … More The Reps’ word
Let’s talk about… YOU! (3) Bruges in December, cobbled streets, festive lights, mulled wine and ice skating, sounds perfect. This makes me think of Christmas, and hope that Santa will remember us and bring a change in the menu at the canteen, the little things that make us happy. But wait, we are still … More Let’s talk about you (3)
Most of you knew it: things have just not been going right (or left) in France these last few years. The recent regional elections proved it again, no matter what are the final results. Is it a sign that the country is tumbling down and that the French political class does not have the courage … More Front National’s rise: What’s happening in France ?
Intellectual property law has gained substantial momentum in the past couple of decades with the rise of the Internet and the digital revolution blowing the door to cross-border intellectual property rights infringements wide open. The EU has attempted to respond with valiant efforts to ensure the well functioning of a borderless internal market in the … More Digital Single Market in 2016 – towards copyright harmonisation and beyond?
Margaritis Schinas is the Chief Spokesperson of the European Commission since November 2014. As Jean Claude Juncker’s voice, this alumnus of the College of Europe is leading a significant part of the EU communication. Exclusive extracts were published within the printed sample, you may find them here ! Pouvez vous résumer votre parcours entre votre … More Margaritis Schinas : “C’est le moment du travail, pas celui des craintes et des spéculations”