David Cameron’s EU Juggling Act

European Leaders officially nominated Former Prime Minister of Luxembourg Jean-Claude Juncker for the Presidency of the European Commission. British Prime Minister David Cameron’s vocal opposition marked the 26-2 vote for the EPP candidate. Following nearly a month of lobbying and vocal opposition, David Cameron’s efforts to block Jean-Claude Juncker have failed. That is certainly not for […]

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Cameron, Merkel, and the Juncker Debate

The center-right European People’s Party (EPP) won a total of 222 out of 751 seats in the May 2014 European Parliamentary elections – theoretically giving them the opportunity to select the President of the next European Commission. Behind the alarming rise of Eurosceptic parties, the second major story emanating from last month’s European Parliament elections […]

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The City and the Euro – a Love Story

June 11, 2014 It is estimated that EU business supports 22% of the financial activity of the City of London. Within the context of the recent European Parliamentary elections and the surprising results of Eurosceptic parties, (France’s Front National and Britain’s UK Independence Party to name but a few) it is noteworthy to distance ourselves from the rhetoric and […]

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