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Better Rules Won’t Fix Democracy

For all that ails Western democracy at the moment, it certainly doesn’t lack diagnoses. Critics such as Jonathan Rauch insist that a surfeit of popular sovereignty has tipped the delicate balance of self-governance in the direction of strongman ethnic nationalism. Norman Ornstein and Thomas E. Mann call out the structural…
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July 28, 2021
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Is I-OSS the New ‘Brexit’ for Logistic Service Providers?

On July 1st, 2021, adjustments to the VAT procedures and implementation of the H7 dataset system will enter in force across the European Union. ViaEurope is all set to assist its customers to transition smoothly to these new obligations and help avoid another logistic mayhem. Press Release - updated: Jun…
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June 15, 2021
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Sterling weakens against euro as post-Brexit deal rally

Updated / Monday, 4 Jan 2021 09:34 The pound had strengthened after a last-minute Brexit deal was agreed on December 24 The pound weakened versus the euro on Britain's first day of trading outside the European Union, but strengthened against a softer dollar, climbing above $1.37 for the first time…
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January 4, 2021
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Brexit deal won’t kill the economic pain

Britain has clinched a last-minute trade agreement with the European Union that will preserve its zero-tariff and zero-quota access to the bloc's single market of 450 million consumers. But it is a thin deal that will not prevent economic pain and disruption for the United Kingdom or for EU member…
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December 24, 2020
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EU banks losing appetite for exposure to Brexit Britain

Banks in the European Union may be losing their appetite for exposure to Britain, the EU’s banking watchdog said yesterday.There are concerns in the bloc that a no-deal Brexit, which is looking increasingly likely, could disrupt financial markets. Read more: Macron promises not to ‘have cake and eat it’ in Brexit…
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December 12, 2020
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What EU leaders are saying about getting a Brexit deal over the line

BrexitBloc publishes no-deal planning as negotiators head back to the table with new deadlineThe future of a post-Brexit trade deal is back in the hands of negotiation officials after a face-to-face meeting between Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen failed to break the deadlock.The two leaders…
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December 10, 2020