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Wednesday, 19 July 2017 12:22

by Melania Malomo (EPOS)

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Last Friday, July 14, a terrorist attack took place in the Old City of Jerusalem, just outside the Temple Mount complex. The place is particularly symbolic in the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict: Israel took the Old City during the Second Arab-Israeli War in 1967, but the annexation from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has never been internationally recognized, and in 2000 it became the stage of the Second Intifada uprisings. The complex hosts the Western Wall, that is sacred to Jews and the Dome of the Rock, where the Muslims believe the Prophet ascended to heaven

 
Monday, 26 June 2017 05:40

by Valeria Aghilarre (EPOS)

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It seems that the civil war in Venezuela may blow up at any moment. People continue protesting against the government of Nicolas Maduro and the President does not demonstrate any will to open a dialogue with the opposition. In the meantime, the Central Bank has devalued the bolivar of 63.9%, making the crisis situation even worse for Venezuela’s industries

 
Monday, 05 June 2017 16:24

by Eleonora Lamio (EPOS)

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The following exclusive article is a collection of feelings, perspectives, ideas, opinions on what it means being a young European in 2017. Eleonora Lamio has interviewed for EPOS young women and young men, discussing with them the opportunities that the European Union is providing for all of us and analysing the challenges that we are asked to face in the near future to move forward into the process of the European integration

 
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 07:59

by Valeria Aghilarre (EPOS)

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The heavy political climate and the economic crisis that led to more than 14 million unemployed people are only a part of the problems that Brazil have been living for the last few years and that began with the illusion of a general improvement of the economic, social and political conditions due to an apprently "wise" ruling. In the following exclusive piece for EPOS, Valeria Aghilarre analyses the reasons that have caused a political earthquake in Brazil, pointing out the responsibilities, the effects of the crisis and the challenges

 
Thursday, 18 May 2017 12:00

by Valeria Aghilarre (EPOS)

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Argentina was sure of preventing a new economic crisis thanks to the election of Mauricio Macrì who become president in 2015. During his electoral campaign, he talked about “Happiness Revolution” but the situation of the country nowadays is not as happy as it should be. Why? In the following exclusive article for EPOS, Valeria Aghilarre tries to give a proper and thorough answer to this (and other) question(s)

 
Thursday, 04 May 2017 07:04

by Valeria Aghilarre (EPOS)

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What is going on in Ecuador? The Latin country is experiencing what the European Center of Transitional Justice has called "a democratic crisis". In the aftermath of the election, the newly elected President Lenìn Moreno, a politician coming from the Socialist Party “Alianza Pais”, is asked to find a solution to many challenges, but it is not clear yet how he intends to go ahead. In the following exclusive article for EPOS, Valeria Aghilarre analyses the current situation in Ecuador comparing the politics of the predecessors of Moreno with the political programme and the promises of the new President

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