Poland YES, Romania NO

4 May , 2015  

Debate Europe launched a discussion about Poland’s readiness to adopt the euro, which enabled me to an old dilemma: why in Poland is possible and in Romania not ?  In an interview published last week on my blog and in Adevarul, Olivier, a Frenchman who lives in Kiev said that Ukraine needs a “shock therapy”, […]

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European Affairs,My favorite TED

European democracy without borders

26 Apr , 2015  

It’s one of my favorite speeches, although many people say it comes from someone controversial, George Papandreou, former Prime Minister of Greece in 2009-2011. I do not care about the controversies surrounding the personality of Papandreou, but what interests me are the values and the concepts  promoted by  this speech from 2013 from Edinburgh, Scotland. […]

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European Affairs,Expertise

The chronology of a failed regionalization

20 Apr , 2015  

This is a longer post than usual. I am concerned about this stuff so I had to write something strongly related to expertise because some people told me that I started to write articles without substrate. Well this is something with substrate. Last year I had the honor that a European organization to contact me […]

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My favorite TED

How to start a movement?

10 Feb , 2015  

I was working at  Radu Nicosevici interview and I remembered this little movie, on TED website what Academy of Advocacy is using during their courses around the country. This is one of the super cool TED. Why? Simple: Is explaining  in three minutes how to start a movement and what means  modern leadership. I like […]

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