Weekly Focus (beta archive)

This is an archive of the beta phase that was produced between August and December 2020. Find our official newsletter here: https://www.getrevue.co/profile/weeklyfocus

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The "Do you still believe in European values?" Edition

2020… a cursed year most of us would like to forget as soon as possible. But when it comes to European integration, drawing a final conclusion for this eventful year is not as easy.After a long decade of consecutive crises, the creation of an impressive and h…

 
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The “Take off your geopolitical glasses for a second” Moldova edition

After Moldovans chose their new president Maia Sandu on November 15, international media from different corners of Europe and the States were trumpeting that a pro-European had defeated a pro-Russian. People from other post-Soviet countries were also celebrat…

 
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The “Talking about peace in times of war” Nagorno-Karabakh edition

“It’s hard to talk about peace in times of war” and “It’s impossible to do journalism now”. These two quotes very much illustrate the atmosphere of our editorial meeting last Friday and the overall circumstances that this week’s newsletter team, including our…

 
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The “Moria and our new European way of life” Edition

Dear cross-border friends,After our continent’s largest refugee camp in Moria caught fire and thousands of asylum seekers were left stranded on the streets, Europeans were forced to once again face the reality that they have been ignoring for the last four ye…

 
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The “Do you still believe in the virus?” Conspiracy edition

Dear cross-border friends,In the 19th century, people believed in “railway madness”; the high speed of train travel was thought to cause insanity. Every change, especially if they remind us that the future is uncertain, leads to anxiety. In such cases, conspi…

 
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The “What comes after the revolution?” Belarus edition

Dear cross-border friends,Something unexpected happened in August. After 26 years, it has suddenly become very clear that Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s regime cannot survive much longer, at least not in its current form.People are openly demanding new elections and…

 
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The "Give me a break" summer edition

Dear cross-border friends,When we started to discuss this week’s topic most of our colleagues were already vacationing and a nice summer breeze was blowing through our empty (Zoom) offices… So what could have been more fitting than to ask ourselves: How are E…