11 Nov 2022

Northern Ireland Protocol Bill: what's changing between the EU and Ulster

By |2022-11-11T12:27:55+01:0011 November 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Economia e Società|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

In June, a bill was introduced in the British House of Commons to make changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol, following the identification of several critical issues that have prevented Northern Irish citizens from enjoying the same benefits granted to the rest of the United Kingdom.

7 Nov 2022

Ideas for (re)establishing the European Union

By |2022-11-07T16:18:59+01:007 November 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , |1 Comment

Some proposals that could improve the framing of the Union and the treatment of our country, which often falls victim to the incompetence and deference (sometimes, hairy) of our representatives.

29 Sep 2022

Europe of nations or EU super-state?

By |2022-09-29T14:34:33+02:0029 September 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

These are the "Main Theses" of the report "Between Europe of Nations and Superstate. Doctrinal, Legal and Economic Aspects of the Project for Greater Integration in the European Union," edited by Bartosz Zalewski and Tymoteusz Zych and published by the Warsaw-based Collegium Intermarium.

31 Aug 2022

Why South Korea is more competitive than the European Union

By |2022-08-31T14:31:43+02:0031 August 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Any rhetoric of "more Europe" should first display a reflection on how to become as competitive as South Korea. A reflection that cannot ignore the comprehensiveness of that nation's industrial sector.

27 Jul 2022

The challenges of Hungary and the West. Here's what Orban (really) said

By |2022-07-27T14:02:02+02:0027 July 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Here is the speech that sparked protests from the international Left, which accused the Hungarian prime minister of "racism." We leave it to readers to judge the original document in full, without convenient versions or phrases taken out of context.

11 Jul 2022

Why stopping internal combustion engines in 2035 (as the EU decreed) is unrealistic

By |2022-07-11T13:48:10+02:0011 July 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Economia e Società|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

We would have to multiply electricity production more than tenfold to have the amount sufficient to power our country and its cars, if all electric. That is why stopping internal combustion engines in 2035 is basically unrealistic.

22 Jun 2022

Rule of law: the Commission 'pardons' Poland, but the idol remains

By |2022-06-22T15:11:16+02:0022 June 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Politica estera|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The rule of law issue in Poland would be over and a new era is beginning, in which Poles will be granted access to the 36-billion-euro national Recovery Fund. But where did we start and where did we end up?

10 Jun 2022

EU bans non-electric cars. Why it is a classist and, perhaps, environmentally unhelpful measure

By |2022-06-10T13:52:39+02:0010 June 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Economia e Società|Tags: , , , , |1 Comment

The Europarliament has voted in favor of Commission measures to ban diesel, gasoline and LPG cars from 2035. An environmentalist move, however, that may have no impact on the environment. While it may have it on the lower and middle classes.

9 May 2022

Europe cannot do without Russian gas (at least for this decade)

By |2022-05-09T14:59:29+02:009 May 2022|Categories: Commenti e opinioni, Economia e Società|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

There are 100 billion cubic meters of gas that the EU no longer intends to import from Russia, already by 2023. Even in the most optimistic estimates, there is still a deficit of at least 60 billion cubic meters of gas.

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