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So Many Books, So Little Time

The problem with making a reading suggestion each and every day is that I often want to follow my own advice but as Arthur Schopenhauer said, To buy books would be a good thing if we also could buy the time to read them. 408 more words

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One book a month: Nomadic reading suggestions for 2015

Transnational and nomadic reading suggestions, one book a month, in a tour around the globe.

January – A new beginning. Winter. We go to Italy with Italo Calvino’s IF ON WINTER NIGHT A TRAVELER (1979). 443 more words

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Reading suggestion #25: Latvian EU Presidency

Latvia took over Presidency of the Council of the EU from Italy on January 1, 2015.

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"Riffle will evolve to support more community features like discussions and book clubs. We're listening to what the community wants and adding features every couple of weeks." | Q&A with the team at Rifflebooks.com

We have all turned to the internet for help in deciding what to read. Riffle Books is one such platform that has come online in the last few years and their site is evolving and growing to be quite a useful tool in helping readers what to decide what to read and to network with fellow readers. 573 more words

Reading suggestion #24: Eurozone to welcome the third Baltic state - Lithuania, by Agne Limante

A post by Agne Limante on the KSLR Blog on European Law.

“The new year for Lithuania also means a new currency – on 1 January 2015 this small Baltic state became the 19th member of the Eurozone and will replace its Litas with Euros. 84 more words

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Welcome!

Welcome to my new blog! The name says it all–random reading reflections, my own personal opinions and reviews on random books that I choose or you recommend. 64 more words

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Reading suggestion #23: The Court of Justice says NO to accession to the ECHR

Only a few days before Europe’s holidays, on 18 December, the Court of Justice delivered its much awaited Opinion 2/13 on the draft agreement on EU accession to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights (ECHR) 115 more words

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