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Any positive agenda with Turkey must be linked to democratic conditionality

By Nacho Sánchez Amor / 25 May, 2021

It is time to walk the talk. That is what the European Parliament’s new report on Turkey makes points out. Recently, the Turkish government has declared its desire to come closer to the EU. Now, it should prove it with real facts. The European Parliament has finally adopted its long-overdue […]

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"I know very few whistleblowers who regret their actions and that’s the case with me."

By Antoine Deltour / 24 January, 2018

An interview by Alain Bloëdt with Antoine Deltour, one of the two whistleblowers who caused the “LuxLeaks” scandal

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Lessons to learn from what has worked and what has failed

By Gerald Knaus / 15 December, 2017

The EU needs a humane policy on asylum and borders that can obtain majority support in elections and produce an immediate impact in the Mediterranean.

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