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Fondée à l’origine sur le principe de libre circulation des travailleurs introduit dans le Traité de Rome de 1957, la politique d’immigration de l’Union européenne a dû faire face à de nombreuses réticences des États membres qui rechignent toujours aujourd’hui… Lire la suite →

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Dutch-Turkish relations are at a record low, and this crisis is spreading in Western Europe. Germany, Austria, Denmark are also concerned about the possible tensions a debate on the Turkish referendum would create inside their Turkish minorities. The Turkish constitutional… Lire la suite →

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« Est citoyen de l’Union toute personne ayant la nationalité d’un État membre. La citoyenneté de l’Union s’ajoute à la citoyenneté nationale et ne la remplace pas » (article 9 du TFUE). La citoyenneté européenne diffère radicalement des citoyennetés nationales auxquelles les… Lire la suite →

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Purpose: How local authorities can play a crucial role in combatting radicalization and how the national level and the EU can support these initiatives ? Belgium is an important area concerning people leaving for fighting for the Caliphate, and potentially… Lire la suite →

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Protests continue in Romania. Last Wednesday hundreds of thousands people took to the streets of the capital in Romania to protest against a decree adopted by the government which decriminalises some forms of corruption. On late Tuesday Romanian government adopted… Lire la suite →

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