Read our June Edition
The June edition has a great variety of articles with topics ranging from security to citizens’ initiative, from European territories in the Americas to the Catalan issue. There is something to suit every interest!
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The Kurdish question in Turkey has been a source of tension within the political sphere. Take a look Olivier de Bolster’s article which documents the developments and what it means for Turkey’s relationship with its Kurdish population.
We are witnessing an unprecedented, steady crackdown on civil liberties in Russia. Jelle Baartmans takes on Putin’s repression from Navalny’s situation to education and beyond.
The EU launched an antitrust investigation to shed light on whether the tech giant uses data from its marketplace to influence competition within the internal market and the UK. Take a look at Valentina Alexandru’s view.
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