The recent election successes of right-wing parties in Europe are giving investors the jitters. Political instability means uncertainty, and that's not good for growth. Many CEOs are seeing a bumpy road ahead and taking evasive action.
The EU has closed its borders, allowing Libyan militias and African dictators to violate human rights. With policies like that, Europe is moving away from its own values, writes Krsto Lazarevic.
In the supposedly "slow" part of Europe, life is changing at terrific speed. On a social level, many people are being left behind. They mustn't be left to fall prey to the populists, says writer Jagoda Marinic.
As far as Serbia's foreign policy is concerned, joining the EU is a top priority. The Serbian prime minister, Ana Brnabic, writes that Germany's support for her country is hugely important in this regard.
Germans see their country on a more favorable path than other Europeans see theirs, according to the Bertelsmann Foundation. With a meager 13-percent satisfaction rating, Italy ranks as Europe's most pessimistic country.
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