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Euroland in the hands of Eurolanders, by Harald Greib

The present pause in the march towards the creation of the new political European entity Euroland, consequence of the approaching European elections, which virtually put the entire communitarian system on stand-by, enable us to dedicate this lead article of our April newsletter to an abnormality in the handling of the ...

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Reform of Global Gouvernance as a matter of urgency – The Euro-BRICS rapprochement at the service of the system’s upgrade or as a matrix of a new model ?

Strategic note, derived from the 4th Euro-BRICS seminar (Moscow, May 23-24th 2013) 04/07/2013 SEMINAR’S FULL REPORT RECOMMANDATIONS AUX DIRIGEANTS DU G20, EN AMONT DU SOMMET DE ST PETERSBOURG Chinese translation of the Strategic Note Portuguese translation of the Strategic Note Russian translation of the Strategic Note The crisis of legitimacy ...

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Can a Shelf Agreement Anchor Israel’s Security Demands, by Reut Institute

Israel’s position regarding its security demands, which entail undermining the sovereignty of a Palestinian state, narrows the chances for reaching an agreement. Essence of Warning During negotiations with the Palestinians in 1999-2001, Israel presented a number of security demands that included, among other things, the demilitarization of the Palestinian state, ...

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An inclusive world

  by Sundeep Waslekar 13/02/2005   Once I read an interesting story. Someone met a little boy about 4 or 5 years old. He gave him a world map from a magazine, tore it into pieces and challenged him to put it together again. The boy did it in a ...

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South America – Leading integration

by Ricardo Migueis 03/01/2005   Good economic results are providing South American countries with the momentum for planning national and sub-regional political and economic strategies, but their different stages of development are creating difficulties only a strong leadership can overcome. Strong economic growth based on exports and buoyant demand, particularly ...

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Parmalat scandal is a wake-up call for European corporate governance

by Tim Rogmans 04/04/2004   So far 29 executives of Parmalat and its banks and auditors have been charged in what is certainly Europe’s largest financial scandal ever. Profits have been overstated, fictitious bank accounts with billions of euros were created and perhaps € 1bn of investors’ money was siphoned ...

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Romania – Multi-level governance or still governing ?

by Laura Trofin 24/03/2004   Regionalisation and/during enlargement in Romania Is the young „regional structure“ challenging the centrality of the Romanian state ? The transition from a highly centralised political-administrative system to a decentralised and regionalised one is not happening very smoothly or rapidly in Romania. Triggered rather by the enlargement ...

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