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The EU is undermining the status of Jerusalem, the world city that is central to Christianity and Judaism. As such it lies at the heart of European civilization and Universal values of Human Rights. For more than three thousand years, as artifacts prove, this identity and history were unquestioned. Courtesy of Israel Antiquities Authority Now… » read more

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Mafias and criminal gangs often demand of their young, would-be adherents commit an act of theft, violence or even murder. Mafias represent the opposite to civilized society because they rule by violence and by a central violent leadership. So what should we expect from the European Union whose foreign policy is supposed to encourage human… » read more

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One year after Mohammed Morsi became President of Egypt after a popular revolt against military control, millions of Egyptians again protested, this time at Morsi’s autocratic Muslimist rule. They called for his resignation. The headquarters of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood was gutted and burnt. The European Union is pumping billions of euros into Egypt. Most of… » read more

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Today Queen Elizabeth sealed the Irish peace process with a handshake and a private talk with Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness. He was the former chief of the IRA, responsible for mayhem and the murder of Earl Mountbatten, the Queen’s cousin. This peace was acknowledged by the Irish Nobel Peace Prize winners as… » read more

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As the world’s largest economic power, the European Union should obviously have adequate diplomatic representation worldwide. But how? It is not a question of what is desirable but what is realistic, effective and well-founded. Can Europe speak with one voice? Will the European External Action Service (EEAS) provide coherent, consistent action? In the past various… » read more

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