A second year University student sitting a B.A. (Hons) in Maltese with French, aspiring to become a prefessional translator.
On the night of 18th May 2010, the German government took revolutionary measures: the banning of bare sales. It’s the first real public response since the trigger of the economic crisis, which was really caused by this origin. The banning of open sales (that is, the fall of bets) in bare (...)
The European Council of 17th June 2010 is supposed to have given birth to the “European Economic Government” - a leap forward which has been dreamed about for decades by the most passionate federalists, regular readers of the Rêve européen by Jeremy Rifkin and Mémoires by Jean Monnet. Yet, something (...)
“I think that a greener and more lasting Europe is essential for the improvement of public health and the quality of life of our citizens” Jüri Ratas, former mayor of Tallinn (Estonia), declared today - upon the competition of the city becoming green capital of Europe - a prestigious mark, placing (...)
At the end of April, the European Commission finally revealed its first strategy concerning clean cars with best energetic output. Antonio Tajani, Vice President of the commission and commissioner responsible for the entrepreneurship and the industry wants to make clean cars one of the (...)
From Sweden to Poland, passing through Portugal and Italy, illnesses in Europe are more or less the same. At the same time though, national healthcare provisions differ in major ways and for good reason, their organisation and financing remains an exclusive competence of the member states under (...)
Recently, there have been many questions of urgency. The urgency to save Greece, the urgency to avoid this Iberian Peninsula of becoming contagious with the crisis and the urgency to save the European Banking System, threatened by the successive decline in economic activity in the marketing of (...)