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By EUobserverToday, 15:59
The Dutch government will recognise cases of institutional racism via its tax authority, secretary for tax affairs Marnix van Rij said. "We must not deny that this has happened and that we must do something about it," he told Dutch press on Wednesday. For years Dutch tax authorities have been accused of racial profiling, and racially-biased algorithms.
Neither Reagan nor Gorbachev achieved their goal at the famous Reykjavik summit of 1986. Despite that fact there are lessons that current leaders — particularly Vladimir Putin — could adopt from these two iconic leaders.
24. May, 18:04
EU Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis said on Tuesday that Poland's recovery plan could be approved within a week. This could also help unblock Warsaw's reluctance to agree to the tax deal.
24. May, 17:28
Some Western European politicians are reviving the chimera of a negotiated settlement. None of this makes the current, half-hearted approach towards sanctioning Russia look better — nor does it shed any favourable light on the cravenness of Hungary's current government.