Archives de cet auteur: Geta Grama-Moldovan

Austria and Czech elections will change Visegrad dynamics

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The victory of the Czech oligarch Andrej Babis in Prague is likely to further undermine the Visegrad alliance. The success of Sebastian Kurz in Vienna and a future coalition with the far-right, with their new ambition to lead in the ... Lire

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Extraterritorialité des lois américaines : la France veut un système similaire à celui des Etats-Unis

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Le ministre de l’Economie et des Finances, Bruno Le Maire, a appelé mardi à une “réciprocité des règles” dans le commerce mondial, estimant que l’Union européenne (UE) devait se doter d’un “dispositif de riposte” à l’extraterritorialité des lois américaines, qui sanctionne de nombreuses entreprises ... Lire

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Betrayed by Banks, 40,000 Businesses Are in Limbo

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The Most Serene Republic, as the area around Venice was known for a millennium, is now the troubled epicenter of a banking meltdown that’s threatening to derail one of globalization’s great success stories. The base of brands like Benetton, De’Longhi, ... Lire

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Putin accuses EU of ‘double standards’ on Catalonia and Kosovo

Russian President Vladimir Putin looks on as he attends a ceremony for Russia's Navy Day in Saint Petersburg on July 30, 2017. President Vladimir Putin oversaw a pomp-filled display of Russia's naval might as the Kremlin paraded its sea power from the Baltic Sea to the shores of Syria.  Some 50 warships and submarines were on show along the Neva River and in the Gulf of Finland off the country's second city of Saint Petersburg after Putin ordered the navy to hold its first ever parade on such a grand scale.  / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Alexander Zemlianichenko        (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO/AFP/Getty Images)

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the European Union of having “double standards” by rejecting Catalan independence but supporting independence for Kosovo. “You should have thought about that before,” Putin said, speaking to the EU, in a speech at the Valdai Discussion ... Lire

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Populist victory puts Czech EU policy in doubt

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The Czech elections, where anti-establishment parties just won an overall majority, was the biggest victory for populists in the EU since the Brexit referendum. It happened in a country where economic growth was solid, unemployment and inequality were among the ... Lire

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