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Written by Saurav Raj Pant (member of IPWG). David Cameron’s announcement of holding a referendum by 2017 for deciding whether to stay in or move out of the EU if he wins the next term truly created a buzz around the entire Trans-Atlantic political spheres. This possibly game-changing proposal has drawn mixed reactions from both… » read more

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Written by Saurav Raj Pant (Member of IPWG) Not for sure, but the latest indication shows the Syrian Civil war which broke out as part of Arab Spring in March 15th, 2011 entered to the new zone of line which could seriously vitiate the current turmoil of Syria. More visibly, White House disclosed statement if… » read more

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Written by Lana Tomic (member of IPWG) Due to bad experiences related to former enlargements, stricter criteria were set for Croatia. In the past, several candidate countries turned out to be unprepared at the moment of accession, which later caused serious problems not only for those countries, but to European Union as a whole. These… » read more

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