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The Austrian aftermath – why the EU has a problem with sanctioning its member states for violating democratic principles

Wiebke Junge studied Political Science in Vienna and European Politics at LSE in London. She recently finished her dissertation on ‘European Sanctions and Democratic Principles’ and currently works as a Parliamentary Assistant to the MP of the Austrian NEOS party, a young movement of liberal democrats. 1,960 more words

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#BrexitBlogs: Let the fight for our and the EU's future begin

By Felix Boos.

Walking through Toronto Airport is always a source of joy for me – my girlfriend (Canadian) and I (German) are in a long distance relationship transatlantic style. 302 more words

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Uniek huisje te koop Duitsland!

Thüringen is een onontdekte, onbeminde regio met een zeer centrale ligging in Duitsland.
Het is een bekende regio als natuurgebied, wandelgebied, fietsgebied, vliegvissen, motorrijders en goudzoekers. 582 more words

Economie

A gameplan for the ECB - it is not complicated

A very good friend of mine asked me what the ECB should do in the present situation where inflation and inflation expectations continues to run well-below the ECB’s inflation target. 289 more words

Euro Crisis

Why Brexit is not the Beginning and not the End of Euroscepticism

By Wiebke Junge, MSc. Candidate in EU Politics at the European Institute at LSE.

Jean-Claude Juncker did not even comment on the question whether the Brexit vote will mean the end of the EU. 745 more words

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"Fixit" is unlikely to happen

Every once in a while there are opinion piees that state that Finland would be much better off outside the Eurozone. This is most likely true, most importantly because of the freedom a currency sovereign has. 646 more words

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