Rapports récents
The Council of Europe's surrender to Russia
Leo Tolstoy
Polish Minister of Justice, Zbigniew Ziobro. Photo: flickr/Dziennik Internetowy lublin.com.pl
Polish Minister of Justice, Zbigniew Ziobro. Photo: flickr/Dziennik Internetowy lublin.com.pl
ESI in the German debate on refugees (auf Deutsch)
Interview with Gerald Knaus. Video: Stiftung Mercator
Emmanuel Macron
Presentation by Gerald Knaus. Video: Jarl Hjalmarson Foundation
Palazzo Chigi. Photo: flickr/David Macchi
Viktor Orban (in this week's Economist)
Yannis Boutaris
Yannis Boutaris – Mayor of Thessaloniki
Enlargement and the benefits of competition
Summer reading
10 years of ESI: The ESI story
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Dernière réaction des médias:
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Thomas Jansen, "Bedeuten mehr Retter auch mehr Migranten?" ("Do more rescuers mean more migrants?") (22 July 2019)
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