US-DPRK summit talk
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US-DPRK summit talk

The historic summit between the United States and North Korea has attracted huge international attention; many saw it as an opportunity to pave the way for peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula. Our colleague Yongbai Cho from Fipra Korea has shared two reports to help us understand the current political landscape of Korea. Follow the […] Read more...

by Yongbai Cho | Posted on 18 Jun 2018 in World Politics
New Spanish Government Halfway through the current legislature
Analysis

New Spanish Government Halfway through the current legislature

Only two weeks after having announced a parliamentary agreement on the national budget for 2018, the conservative Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy was ousted from Government following a majority vote of 180 seats in Parliament in favour of a vote of no-confidence presented by the Socialist party on the 31st of May. Read more...

by Sebastian Mariz | Posted on 05 Jun 2018 in World Politics
Exit poll: Slovenia – Parliamentary elections
Analysis

Exit poll: Slovenia – Parliamentary elections

The Parliamentary elections took place in Slovenia on 3 June 2018. Our colleagues in Fipra Slovenia shared the following report on the results. Source of Image: RS – State Election Commission, 3 June 2018 The winner of the eighth Slovenian parliamentary elections is anti-immigrant Slovenian Democratic Party, followed by List of Marjan Šarec – a comedian […] Read more...

Posted on 05 Jun 2018 in World Politics
Italy ends political deadlock as new populist government takes shape
Analysis

Italy ends political deadlock as new populist government takes shape

The 5Star Movement and the League reached an agreement on Thursday with the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella to form a government that will be led by new prime minister designate, Giuseppe Conte. Over the last few days, the matter of contention between President Mattarella and the 5Star Movement-League coalition was the proposal for […] Read more...

by Matteo Vittori | Posted on 05 Jun 2018 in World Politics
Why Italy’s institutional crisis plays into the hands of the populists
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Why Italy’s institutional crisis plays into the hands of the populists

How Italy has been plunged into an institutional crisis 83 turbulent days of political negotiations did not suffice in giving Italy its first-ever Eurosceptic Government, as the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, rejected the take-it-or-leave-it nomination of professor Paolo Savona as the Economy Ministry. The halt forced prime minister designate Giuseppe Conte to step […] Read more...

by Matteo Vittori | Posted on 30 May 2018 in World Politics
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