Month: June 2017

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The wind of anti-Europeanism is weakening

If Europe starts again on the basis of a renewed alliance between Paris and Berlin, the risk for us is to be excluded.

A taxation revolution

Germany somehow manages to provide high-quality health and social care to its citizens.

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The Great Call of China

A grand project that aims to weave much of Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East

Europe’s fiscal balancing act

Europe continues to be the geographical area boasting the highest level of fiscal competition between its countries.

Source the crowd, don’t rouse the rabble: Crowdsourcing as a modest response to populism

Many political actors have experimented with ‘crowdsourcing’, or in other words, the testing and gathering of policy ideas online. Public authorities have conducted online consultations on such matters as road building. Candidates in elections have used the internet to crowdsource ideas for manifestos. The Dutch MEP Marietje Schaake has even crowdsourced ideas for a European …

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Europe is not ready for electronic voting

When discussing electronic voting, it is very important that we look back on history. We should be very cautious when we introduce new technology and remember why laws have been established in certain ways. When it comes to electronic voting, the weak links are everywhere. I have been hacking every single aspect, which are all …

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