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EU's Tusk lashes out at Putin on democracy

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Outspoken Borrell nominated for EU foreign policy chief

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Professor Olena Derevianko – new Honorary Fellow of CEDS

Professor Olena Derevianko – new Honorary Fellow of CEDS Professor Olena Derevianko – new Honorary Fellow of CEDS
For several years, The Academic Board of the Center for European Studies picks our best partners in recognition of outstanding achievements...
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EU's Tusk lashes out at Putin on democracy

EU's Tusk lashes out at Putin on democracy EU's Tusk lashes out at Putin on democracy
EU President Donald Tusk on Friday lashed out at his Russian counterpart in unusually undiplomatic language, saying he "strongly disagreed"...
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Are Jews Unhappy in the European Union?

Are Jews Unhappy in the European Union? Are Jews Unhappy in the European Union?
41% of young Jews in Europe plan to emigrate from the EU due to anti-Semitism. This is evidenced by the data from a fresh sociological survey...
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Brexit and European democracy 

Brexit and European democracy  Brexit and European democracy 
While Brexit was put off until the autumn, we have some time to rethink the reasons of why the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union....
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Outspoken Borrell nominated for EU foreign policy chief

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The nomination of Spain's outspoken top diplomat Josep Borrell as EU foreign policy chief marks a return for the 72-year-old to the frontline...
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Croat minister Marija Pejcinovic Buric elected head of Council of Europe: official

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US seeks NATO help in anti-Iran coalition

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The US defence chief on Thursday pressed NATO allies to join Washington's efforts to squeeze Iran and ensure the safety of ships in the Gulf...
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US prosecutor Mueller to testify publicly on Russia probe

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We are witnessing the emergence of a ‘commercial democracy’ in which public relations and promotional culture play a far more central mediating role. Drawing on empirical material about PR produced by corporations, experts argue that as the conventional social contract between government and people erodes in forms of ‘democratic deficit,’ new forms of contracts (or promises) are being established between the commercial world of corporations and brands and the public. In mediating between a corporation and the public, PR promises a mirror form of democracy with significant consequences. Experts offers a novel account of the significance of brands and of corporations’ reputation in the context of major shifts towards ‘commercial democracy.’

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