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The growing tensions between various European countries regarding the immigration policies have seemingly came to a halt after the last European summit, where the EU leaders have agreed to a hard-fought migration deal that includes a provision to explore the possibility of setting up “regional disembarkation platforms” in the Maghreb countries, outside the boarders of… Continue reading

  The highlight of this weekend was without a doubt the German Federal election, which came at a tumultuous time for the well-established political parties that have been ruling the country ever since the 50’s. In a shocking result that left many baffled, AfD (right-winged, nationalist, anti-immigration) became the third largest party in the Bundestag,… Continue reading

Little can be said about the recent social developments that are in motion in some of the most populous regions in Sweden. Most of us grew up with the idea that this Nordic state, one of the most powerful economy on the European continent, represented the stability and the prosperity we all strive for in… Continue reading

  As history has shown us, nobody really cares about the Middle East and the people that inhabit that area. It’s all about geopolitics and interests and you can usually see that if you follow the trail of money that the Western democracies leave behind after they intervene in „failed” countries, such as Libya. The… Continue reading