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Opinion

Quo Vademus regularly publishes short opinions on topics of general interest and current affairs, with the aim of providing #foodforthought, triggering critical thinking and starting a conversation. If you wish to submit your own opinion or respond to one of our texts and be featured on our website, please go to https://quo-vademus.org/contribute/.


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Capitalism
The end of history and the predominance of capitalism and liberal democracy, resulting in the end of ideological fights, was believed to favor people's well-being. With the fall of socialism, a new system has risen, neo-liberalism, which had overthrown liberalism and conquered the world. Liberty, equality, fraternity were replaced by profit margins.
Enrico Letta
Recently, Nicola Zingaretti has resigned as secretary of the Italian Democratic Party. Zingaretti's resignation was unexpected and created a crisis - which was ultimately solved by the election of the former PM Enrico Letta as the new secretary. Before his election, Letta gave a long speech addressing various issues. His main goal appears to reform the Party for new future challenges.
Hearing of Josep Borrell
Josep Borell, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policies (HR), concluded his visit to Russia on 6th February 2021. During his visit, the HR met the Russian Foreign Affairs Minister, Sergej Lavrov, to discuss the future EU-Russia relationship. This opinion discusses the outcome of the visit and offers a perspective for the EU-Russia relationship in the near future.
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