Lisbon Treaty - How the treaty saved our skins

Published on 1 December 2010 at 20:19

Lisbon Treaty

How the treaty saved our skins

El País

In the year since the controversial treaty came into effect, Europe has been turned inside out by the crisis. Yet far from being a dead letter, Lisbon could well end up helping get us out of this mess, argues a prominent Spanish commentator



Gated communities, German style

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Rich man, poor man: as the wealth gap widens in Berlin, the well-heeled are fencing themselves in. They feel safe in their gated communities – if only it weren’t for the neighbours…. The envy. And the protest.



Universities in revolt




Everything's coming up roses

The Independent



And now a Polish miracle?

Gazeta Wyborcza



Google under investigation

La Tribune




European diplomacy at a glance

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