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Hungary has been criticised for a lot of actions in the past few months, but nothing serious happened after all. A good old European habit – some could say, because the Union is traditionally hardly able to stick up for its needs effectively. But this time it’s not the matter of political potence, but of… » read more

Posted by David Korosi

By introducing European Semester, the flagship of today’s European economic programme and by being authorized to somewhat control national budgets, the Commission wants to be seen as primus inter pares among the member states. But there are three possible obstacles too. First – authorization This authorization is not wrong in itself, what we can be… » read more

Posted by David Korosi