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Opponents of ayatollahs vow Iranian women will transform the country into a democratic republic

Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi say a democratic revolution is unfolding in Iran. Rajavi was the keynote speaker of an international conference in Brussels on...

Iran’s protests underscore the strength and viability of a democratic alternative

The mullahs are struggling to maintain their hold on power. Western nations should support the people’s will by further isolating the regime, closing Iranian embassies and halting diplomatic relations. The clerical regime may have once seemed an immovable fixture of the Middle East landscape, but this isn’t the case any longer.

Basil Coronakis challenged the EU bureaucrats fearlessly

It is rather common these days to label people as “great thinkers” or even “pioneers,” in fact these terms have almost become clichés. My...

EU supports tender in Albania for 100 MW solar project

The French renewables company Voltalia has won the contract for the construction and operation of a 100 MW solar plant in Albania following its...

Varhelyi proves that Commissioners rule

In December, we revealed a case of disloyalty by Genoveva Ruiz Calavera, a mid-level bureaucrat at the European Commission who was, until the last...

Albanian Addiction

 In the nearly three decades since Albania emerged from the hermit-like isolation of its eccentric Communist dictator Enver Hoxha, the poor Balkan country of...

Despite Brexit, Western Balkans get some attention

Despite all the noise surrounding Brexit, Libya’s civil war and the Iran mini-crisis, Brussels’ attention to the Western Balkans is increasing substantially as important...

As enlargement discussions freeze, aspirants twist in the wind

Discussions in Luxembourg regarding EU enlargement in the Western Balkans made little headway this past week, despite the threat from North Macedonian Prime Minister...

Greek Defence Minister proposes new Balkan alliance and US base offers

Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos used a scheduled Washington visit and meetings on October 9 to drop two headline-grabbing proposals. He first proposed the creation...

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