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  1. European view

    Britain's European ties that bind

    by Ana Palacio*

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    Since the official start of Brexit negotiations last month, attention has been focused largely on the most contentious issues: how much the United Kingdom owes to the European Union, ...

  2. European view

    Brexit in reverse?

    by George Soros

    Economic reality is beginning to catch up with the false hopes of many Britons. One year ago, when a slim majority voted for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union, ...

  3. European view

    Britain's Norway solution

    by Anatole Kaletsky

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    Shortly after UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call an unexpected “Brexit election,” I wrote that pro-Europeans in Britain might yet snatch victory from the jaws ...

  4. Business and economy

    Pisa universities set aside historic rivalry to create a new academic super-hub

    by Marzio Bartoloni

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    Pisa is working on a dream to create an academic super hub that will merge two smaller but internationally known universities –Normale and Sant’Anna– to compete with “big” universities that attract the best talents, funds, and students. Starting from the next academic year, students will receive the first joint diplomas. Laboratories and tools will also be shared, encouraging an exchange between professors and ...

  5. Business and economy

    Between the US and Europe a commercial war that has been simmering under the ashes for 30 years

    by Roberto Iotti

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    Europe and the United States have been fighting for 30 years over “hormone-treated meat,” alternating between armistices and belligerent declarations. If the doubling in US import tariffs is followed through, it would seriously damage thousands of European and Italian companies. This would apply especially to the farm and food sector, also considering the embargo in force on exports to Russia, which is shouldered in the large part by ...

  6. Markets

    LSE-Deustche Börse merger is the first victim of Brexit

    by Alessandro Merli

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    The skyline of Frankfurt, which locals love to call “Mainhattan,” dreaming of New York on the Main, is throbbing with cranes. The construction of office buildings has been moving ahead without pause for months. The financial capital of Germany is hoping to capture a good part of the flow of the financial institutions and services firms that will be leaving the City of London. Time will tell if that's a valid expectation, or a ...