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Having spent two nights in Bratislava, one of which rather uncomfortably in our car (showering is important!), we decided to hit Austria one day early. And so began a hectic and fun weekend in Vienna, a place only 80 kilometers … Continue reading
In our latest op-ed on The European we explain why Bulgaria and Serbia still have to work hard to become fully fledged Europeans. Corruption, EU-populism, crime, … for our German readers.