Why the French Battle for Europe Doesn’t End in May

By Alice Billon-Galland

Sixty years ago, in Rome, France stood side by side with its neighbours to establish the European Economic Community in what was one of the most significant steps forward for the European project. Sixty years later, France is playing host to what many believe to be an existential vote on the European Union, causing understandable anxiety amongst other member states.

Successful model in the modern world


By Kim Shtern

Large-scale changes in Kazakhstan are impossible without the transformation of public consciousness. This is the main message of the article of the President of the country Nursultan Nazarbayev, published recently in the press and aroused great interest both among the residents of the republic and in the international expert community.