Category Archives: Cup Of News

Cup of News – May 21, 2017

  Germany Will Lose if Macron Fails, Hanz-Helmut Kotz, Project Syndicate “If Germany and Macron don’t find common ground, the costs to both will be massive.” Project Syndicate presents an informative analysis piece discussing future relations between the German and French economies. Germans are critical of Macron’s proposed economic plan, which embraces eurozone federalism. Yet Another Presidential Corruption Scandal in Brazil, Emily Tamkin, Foreign

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Cup of News – MAY 17, 2017

  Moldova’s Proposed Electoral Change Is a Blow to Democracy. The EU Must Oppose It. Cristina Gherasimov, Chatham House Moldova has endured a domestic political crisis for some time. With the ruling party at historically low approval ratings and a slew of domestic corruption scandals, the post-Soviet country is at a watershed moment. Presently, Moldova runs the risk of jeopardizing

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Cup of News – May 12, 2017

How to Revive TTIP, Anthony Gardner, Politico Europe “We need to treat TTIP like a political campaign, not just a trade negotiation. Simple falsehoods peddled on social media trump complex truths, especially when these truths are packaged as dry studies” writes the former American ambassador to the European Union in this comprehensive argument for more open Transatlantic trade    

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