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South Stream: A European blessing or a Russian curse?

The South Stream, a pipeline project plagued with both economic and political controversies, was proposed with the intention of offering an alternative gas route from Russia to Central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula, without crossing through the troubled Ukrainian zones, securing the gas distribution of many South-eastern European countries. 701 more words


‘Polish Far-Right Nationalists Serve As Instruments Of US, EU Policy’ - 13 November 2014

It is hard to tackle the problem of extreme nationalists in Poland as Warsaw is toeing the EU and pro-US line in its policies instead of trying to get things in the country in order, political analyst Aleksandr Pavic told RT. 93 more words


Subsidies and costs of EU energy

A new report, by order of the European Commission, studying the Subsidies and costs of EU energy just came out (published by Ecofys. KPMG and the Centre for Social and Economic Research). 774 more words

Environmental Policy

Google vs the EU: «To Be Forgotten» Means More Than to Grapple With Requests

Last Friday, Google in its latest Transparency report revealed that it received 144,907 «right to be forgotten» request since the process began on May 29 in Europe. 298 more words

US/EU Legislation

A Weakends post on weak European institutions

This is a Weakends (pun intended…) post, so bear with me please. I am asking the following: Is the European Institution (Union, Commission, etc.) a weak institution? 1,164 more words

Nuclear Energy