Category Archives: Simona Guerra

“The UK political situation – not so strong and stable!”

(This pre-election comment was originally published in La Razon, on Thursday 8 June. Read the original article here ) On April 18, the British Prime Minister Theresa May dissolved the Parliament and called snap elections for June 8, supported by the required two-thirds … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’s appeal for Poland to welcome refugees may remain unanswered

On Tuesday 26 July Pope Francis landed in Poland for the World Youth Day. The World Youth Day ‘is coming home’, a Catholic magazine commented. The Polish Cardinals Stanisław Dziwisz and Kazimierz Nycz invited Pope Francis for the event, seconded … Continue reading

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My Take on ‘Brexit’ by Simona Guerra.

“Surprised about the result? You shouldn’t be. The EU has recently lived multiple crises, financial and economic, the refugees’ crisis, following contested debates on austerity programmes, and the Greek referendum. That has been a turning point in the EU. But … Continue reading

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