What Germany Really Needs

Nothing is really changing politically in Berlin. To begin with, Germany’s socialists are currently in a coalition with the conservatives, forming an immense majority in parliament. The coalition has slowed down public spending cuts and reforms enacted by the previous government. The German Left is at risk of fading into irrelevance as its choices regarding coalitions are limited: it’s either Merkel once again or going down the road of a three-party coalition.

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De Réckbléck vun der Woch [11/2017]

Heiansdo sinn Nouvellen zu Lëtzebuerg ze kleng fir ee ganzen Artikel driwwer ze schreiwen, dofir hei de Réckbléck vun dëser Woch. Wien d’lescht Woch verpasst huet, dee fënnt se hei. D’Versioun vun dëser Woch ass e bësse manner détailléiert well ech de Weekend bei der LibertyCon 2017, der Konferenz vu European Students for Libert zu Prag an Tschechien sinn.

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I EU stiger de verste til topps

This article has been translated into Norwegian by Mahnoor Raja. You can check out her very own brand Elehathi here! The original article was an op-ed of mine that was published in the Washington Examiner.

De først atten år i livet mitt som en luxembourgsk statsborger var det kun en statsminister, Jean-Claude Juncker, nåværende president i EU-kommisjonen. Når det er sagt, kan jeg fortelle deg at Junckers tøffe snakk om Brexit ikke er verdt i nærheten så mye som media får det til å se ut som.

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