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India and the EU aim to accelerate the signing of the Free Trade Agreement

India Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - May 12, 2024.

In a few weeks, India and the European Union will cross the threshold, and there will be no more major impediments to their relations reaching...

The increased security risk justifies Poland’s need to host nuclear weapons

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - May 4, 2024.

Poland will face a significant internal debate about whether it should host American nuclear weapons on its territory. President Andrzej Duda has been leading this initiative,...

Why will the US student protest wave not spill over to Europe?

US Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 30, 2024.

The escalation of student protests at Columbia University, including the violent seizure of Hamilton Hall, forced the university's management to face fresh trials shortly after...

Xi Jinping in Hungary - warning that China is not giving up on its influence in the EU

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 29, 2024.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping will visit Europe after almost 5 years. His tour in early May comes at a time when relations with Europe are...

What could stand in the way of European plans to rely on its own defence industry?

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 24, 2024.

The European Union has been rapidly moving towards "war economy mode", guided by the 2-year experience of Russian aggression against Ukraine, which revealed all the...

Is Croatia threatened by a shift away from the EU and NATO after the parliamentary elections?

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 16, 2024.

The youngest member of the EU, Croatia, will spend the whole of 2024 in a pre-election atmosphere, without many chances to deal with the burdens...

What is the scope of the Hungarian political newcomer regarding overthrowing PM Viktor Orbán?

EU Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - April 7, 2024.

Neither the ruling Fidesz Party of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán nor the divided opposition in Hungary are calm regarding the apparent rise of the until...

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