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Middle East 2020 : the region which needs two ‘dreams’

Two years ago, at the first [Miami Transatlantic Week->http://www.tiesweb.org/transatlantic_week/index.htm], participants and speakers from two sides of the Atlantic declared that it was time for both European and American civil societies to help Arabs and Israelis to build up a peaceful and democratic Middle East. In following months, almost every Transatlantic ...

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Bringing Europeans to the Moon

Year 2003, with recent tragedy of US space shuttle Columbia and with very likely launch of a manned spacecraft by China, is definitely closing an era of space conquest and opening a completely new one. The finishing era is the era of USA/Russia complete domination of space conquest; the coming ...

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Bringing Europeans to the Moon

Year 2003, with recent tragedy of US space shuttle Columbia and with very likely launch of a manned spacecraft by China, is definitely closing an era of space conquest and opening a completely new one. The finishing era is the era of USA/Russia complete domination of space conquest; the coming ...

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The three post-war scenarios regarding EU-US relations

In May 1997, in Washington, at the ‘Bridging the Atlantic: People to People’ conference, organized by State Department, EU Commission and Dutch Foreign Affairs, we (a bunch of European and American citizens coming from NGOs and academia) invented TIESWEB in order to increase the relations between European and American civil ...

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Upon whom will the ashes of Baghdad fall down?

In one way or another, this is the question asked to the entire world today. Strangely, the various answers provided to this question do not seem to depend on people’s appreciation of the military campaign along the two usual criteria: . the probability of a military success by one or ...

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ERASMUS … and then what ?

{Recently, the European Commission has been celebrating its 1 million ERASMUS students. Romano Prodi has personally reverberated the event in an article underlining the programme’s success and launching some orientations for the future.} Being among those who made it possible for the ERASMUS programme to be adopted in Spring 1987, ...

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What legislative body for the EU by 2010 ?

Today, at various degrees, the EU has 3 legislative bodies: the Council, the European Parliament and the Commission. That’s a lot for a political entity already made complex by its multinational structural. In a democracy, simple solutions have appeared to be the most sustainable and satifactory ones. The first reason ...

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