In the past few months after Trump’s stupefying electoral win in the U.S. elections, The Liberal Order, and with that the EU, has gone into a time of reflection; analysing what it is doing wrong and how it can prevent another shock win from the surging far-right movement as to not kill the European Dream.
Late in the year of 1984, English man Erwin James stood in the accused’s dock in a criminal court, where after an eight-day trial, he was found guilty of the murder of two men.
The European Commission has recently proposed a European Defence Fund to support Member States’ more efficient spending in joint defence capabilities, strengthen European citizens’ security and encourage a competitive and innovative industrial base.
As negotiations on the Digital Single Market continue to develop, MEPs are discussing new reforms which could see the internal market enter the digital sphere to topple persisting barriers to trade.
Turkey’s accession talks potentially frozen; countries urged for cooperation on defence; and Lux film prize awarded for Toni Erdmann, a dark German comedy.
Thanks to yet another collaboration between Maltese MEPs and KSU, a group of eighteen Junior College and University students were recently given the opportunity to visit the European Parliament in Brussels.
There has been much speculation about Turkey joining the European Union in 2022. To many, the inclusion Southeastern European country is seen as the beginning of a new era — an era which welcomes an overwhelming mosaic of different traditions and cultures, much broadening the EU’s perspective on tolerance and, strengthening the notion that we are “United in diversity.”