Archives de cet auteur: Geta Grama-Moldovan

Trump threat to cut US aid: Deterrent or hot air?

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Despite exerting unparalleled pressure on UNmember states, the US could not stave off a General Assembly vote on Thursday, condemning Donald Trump‘s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel‘s capital. The UNGA passed the draft resolution – which declared the Jerusalem decision to be “null and void” – by

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GEAB – Coffret cadeau de Noël

Permettez-nous de vous gâter en cette douzième fin d’année du GEAB avec des surprises pour votre compréhension de l’avenir : un coffret cadeau pour récompenser votre confiance et votre soutien constants. Ceci contiendra, spécialement pour vous : . Le livre « Europe: Communauté ou

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May’s Top Cabinet Ally Damian Green Quits After Porn Claims

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U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s effective deputy, Damian Green, resigned after an official investigation found that he’d made misleading statements about pornography on one of his parliamentary office computers, and left questions unanswered about his behavior toward a female activist. “I

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Poland becomes first in EU history to face sanctions

Frans Timmermans

The European Commission has triggered an unprecedented sanctions procedure against Poland, prompting an immediate backlash. “It’s with a heavy heart that we’ve decided to trigger article 7 point 1 [of the EU treaty], but the facts leave us no choice,”

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European Banks’ Post-Crisis Litigation Could Cost $100 Billion

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A decade after the financial crisis, European banks’ bill for past misconduct could exceed $100 billion globally, with several lenders still facing cases potentially costing billions of dollars to settle. The banks have spent at least $81 billion in the

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