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News from Western Europe, Monday 22nd April 2013

EUROPE Translated from French – Le Monde: In Europe, terrorism returns to the agenda. ‘After the outcome of the attack Boston , European counterterrorism officials and political authorities will deliver the first plane various issues such as control of the Internet, the fight against radicalization of young slip apparently well integrated to radical theories or the constitution of any file […]

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News from Western Europe, Tuesday 2nd April 2013

EUROPE LSE EUROPP blog: ‘Crisis, What Crisis?’ On the Virtues of Muddling Through in European Politics. ‘There can be little doubt that the EU faces a political crisis. But is this really an existential crisis for the European project, as many claim? Writing in a personal capacity, Henry Radice argues that muddling through a serious crisis, however […]

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News from Western Europe, Wednesday 27th March 2013

AUSTRIA Translated from German – Die Presse: Asylum activists: Until 27 negative asylum decisions. ‘53 of the asylum seekers in the Servite are in primary care. 27 have not received a negative asylum decision. After weeks of protest in the Votive Church in Vienna in early March, of those 60 persons who moved into their new […]

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News from Central and Eastern Europe, Tuesday 19th March 2013

BELARUS RFE/RL: Former Belarus Intelligence Officer Gets Asylum In Lithuania. ‘Former Belarusian military intelligence officer Stsyapan Zakharchanka has been granted political asylum in Lithuania. Zakharchanka told RFE/RL on March 18 that Lithuanian authorities made the asylum decision last week. He said he would be allowed to stay in the European Union for five years.’ CROATIA […]

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News from Western Europe, Friday 1st March 2013

EUROPE Research -European Political Science Review: Where do radical right parties stand? Position blurring in multidimensional competition by Jan Rovny.  ‘This article questions the utility of assessing radical right party placement on economic issues, which has been extensively analyzed in academic literature. Starting from the premise that political parties have varying strategic stakes in different political issues, […]

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News from Central and Eastern Europe, Tuesday 5th February 2013

Albania Osservatorio Balsconi e Caucaso: Albania: the nationalist revival. ‘For the first time in the recent history of Albania, extreme nationalism has political representation: the Red and Black Alliance. An interview with anthropologist Armanda Kodra Armanda Kodra, anthropologist from Tirana, works in the fields of comparative Balkan studies, urban history, and ethnic relations in the […]

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