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Piotr Mazurkiewicz

Brussels:between Athens and Jerusalem

We need more debate about the sustainability of our civilisation, about the new model of progress not limited to only material values.

European Commission

The Dilemmas of Regulating Banks

A summer of crisis amongst major banks dramatises the challenge of  regulating giant corporations.

European Union

Re-imagining imprisonment in Europe

The prison system is challenged in Europe because it is been unhelpful in promoting offenders’ reintegration into society. Alternatives to prison are very much needed.

European Court of Human Rights

Do parents have a right to selection of a healthy child?

A new ruling on access to PGD techniques raises important ethical and legal issues, and opens an unavoidable debate.

European Union

EU-China : from Honeymoon to Disappointment

On 20 September China’s Prime Minister Wen Jiabao met EU Commission President Barroso and Herman Van Rompuy, European Council President on the occasion of the EU-China Summit in Brussels.

European Court of Justice

Reinforcing religious freedom through asylum

Religious freedom cannot be reduced to its private dimension, but its various manifestations in the public space are also an essential component.

European Forum Alpbach

Contemplating Europe from 1000m above sea level

Nearly 4000 people took part in the European Forum Alpbach from 16 August to 1 September 2012: students and academics, politicians and diplomats, businessmen and women and economists.

Church in Europe

Cardinal Martini: The challenge of witness to Europe

The former Archbishop of Milan, Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini SJ, died on 31 August 2012. Pope Benedict has paid the warmest tribute to his profound capacity for evangelisation and dialogue.

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