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Entries by Luka Orešković from 03/2014

Fukuyama and the Decay of American Institutions

| Posted 03.04.2014 | Politics

The predominance of courts in the everyday American decision-making process clearly shows that the "regular" process of legislating through Congress and effectively implementing policies through the bureaucracy and executive branch is somewhat dysfunctional.

Germany and Europe in 2014: A Conversation With Christoph Schmidt

| Posted 03.05.2014 | Politics

Starting with the most heated topic of the moment, Schmidt's belief is that, although OMT has worked well so far, it is stretching the mandate of ECB too far, especially with the limitlessness of the transactions.

Croatia and the EU: Revisiting the Conditionality Principle

| Posted 03.18.2014 | Politics

The EU has not seen smooth sailing over the past few years. It has faced a number of challenges from a recession to a currency crisis. The experience of Croatia, the newest state to join the EU, may prove enlightening when it comes to the EU's prospects for the future.

Russia's Next Offensive: Ensuring Global Gas Dominance

| Posted 03.20.2014 | Business

The crisis in Ukraine has only highlighted the need for both Europe and Russia to diversify beyond Gazprom's gas exports to Europe.