Article 16 and the Northern Ireland Protocol

What is the Nothern Ireland Protocol? The current handling of post Brexit trade deals within Northern Ireland, by the United Kingdom, is causing concerns for many EU countries. The UK intends to suspend parts of the Brexit deal for  Northern Ireland, known

Polish pregnant woman’s death sparks protests

Across Poland, protests are taking place due to the unfortunate and unjustified death of a pregnant 30-year-old woman Pszczyna, in southern Poland, from septic shock. Many activists consider the ban responsible for the woman’s death.   The 30-year-old pregnant woman was in

European Stability Mechanism (ESM)

The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) continues to provide a need for discussion   No three letters in history of the EU have been as controversial as the ESM. Since it was founded in 2010, the European Stability Mechanism has also gone down

Electricity prices in Germany

The development of electricity prices in Germany only knows the way up   Germany is usually one of those countries that have no problem being among the international front runners. According to a recent survey, no country in the world has to

Two-day Energy Summit for EU leaders

The two-day Summit starting Thursday has as one of its prominent focuses the increasing prices in the European energy bill. The soaring prices across Europe after the almost two years of lockdown has mainly impacted low-income households struggling to deal with the

Germany’s public finances

What remains of the debt brake after the corona crisis? The debt brake adopted in 2009 for the state finances of the Federal Republic of Germany meant the end of a policy that today wanted to solve problems at the expense of

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