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March 20, 2019, by Deutsche Welle

President of the European Council Donald Tusk said on March 20 that an extension of the Article 50 process is possible if the UK votes to approve the twice-rejected Brexit […]

Karadzic loses war crimes, genocide appeal

March 20, 2019, by Deutsche Welle

A United Nations court in The Hague on Wednesday dismissed an appeal by former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic against his convictions ...

CEP study: Germany gains most from euro introduction

February 26, 2019, by Deutsche Welle

A new study from the Centre for European Policy in Freiburg has shown Germany to have gained “by far the most” from the introduction of th ...

A choice between EU and Russia in bad-movie Moldova vote

February 24, 2019, by Deutsche Welle

The final days of Moldova’s current election campaign seem like a bad movie. On Thursday, Maia Sandu and Andrei Nastase, leaders of the pro-EU ...

  • Russia and Ukraine in 2019: More conflict ahead?
    December 25, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    With two elections next year, Ukraine is facing upheaval on the domestic front. Russia, meanwhile, is shaking up its foreign policy, particularly with the United States, after withdrawing from the […]

  • Serbia and Kosovo clash over army at UN Security Council
    December 18, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    World powers are discussing Kosovo’s decision to form an army at a UN Security Council session on Monday. Serbia and Russia have strongly protested the move. Addressing the council, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said he [&he ...