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NEW PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN FEPS AND CARNEGIE INDIA

the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Carnegie India, the sixth international center of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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ANC’s Elective Conference to fail?

At the end of December the ANC of South Africa will elect a new party president who would lead the party into the national elections 2019.
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India and South Asia: November 2017 Dossier

The state election in Himachal Pradesh and the campaign in Gujarat will determine the course of Indian domestic politics for 2018/19. In the new chapter „Economic Developments“, the focus is on „business sentiments“ and the impact of the General Service Tax.
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Progressive reforms for rebalancing the eurozone

Completing, deepening and rebalancing the Economic and Monetary Union is perhaps the most crucial point of the dense European policy agenda. For social democrats, reforms of the Eurozone cannot aim exclusively at stabilising financial and sovereign markets or introducing more fiscal discipline.
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Zimbabwe at the dawn of a new era?

This paper explores the dynamics is Zimbamwe since the military in Zimbabwe forced President Mugabe to resign and replaced him with one of them: Emmerson Mnangagwa. It remains to be seen if the new president is able to enforce the necessary reforms against vested interests.
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