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Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity

June 18, 2012
by James Clive-Matthews
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The FP Twitterati 100 – including me, it seems…

I appear to have been listed among prestigious company in Foreign Policy magazine’s Twitterati Top 100. I’m rather flattered, it must be said – not least because Foreign Policy’s been rather good of late. In fact, I have a draft … Continue reading

November 22, 2008
by James Clive-Matthews
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A bit of weekend reading

A few bits and bobs that have caught my eye over the last week or so: Robert Amsterdam on Donald Rumsfeld’s legacy to Europe: he was the original master artist of disaggregation – a man who saw and skillfully exploited … Continue reading

July 16, 2008
by James Clive-Matthews
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Tories and the EU, trade talks, Russian threats

Three things that have caught my eye this morning, in ascending order of importance: 1) Following a fun article on the impact a Tory victory in the next UK general election may have on the EU in this week’s Economist, … Continue reading

June 25, 2008
by James Clive-Matthews
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Spotted elsewhere

Catching up on various blogs (and as part of my drive to post more frequently here, even if they are shorter pieces), a couple of interesting pieces from Cicero’s Songs – seemingly one of the few left(ish) liberal British political … Continue reading