The Week in Bloggingportal: Non-nonsense, disorder and big questions

The end of 2012 is approaching and the euroblogosphere is starting to look into the future, asking big questions and providing big answers. We here at have spent our week deciding about a decision mechanism through which we will decided about our future decision-making. But we were not the only ones asking weird questions – there were many more.

Will there be money for European agriculture after 2013 and where are the sheep? Is the European Union open enough in its human rights policy? Are the new Euro banknotes showing (as of next year) Europa actually a good sign? Would Catalonia remain in the European Union if it seceded from Spain? If you are born with a European feeling, will you keep that feeling forever?

Will we have European Parties or just European parties? Will the Mail ever write non-nonsense? Is Angela Merkel too slow for a two-speed Europe? Is Norway the unknown twin the United Kingdom never wanted to be? Were Europe’s hopes in Obama‘s foreign policy nothing but an obsession with its own disorder?

What has Europe ever done to us? Are another 120MHz for 4g the way forward? Can Stability Bonds prevent the Eurozone’s skyfall? Why do US elections get more attention than EU elections? Will Europe’s merger fail as the EADS-BAE merger failed? Are voting rights in the European Central Bank more central than democracy in Europe?

The answers to these questions can be found by following the links that will make you travel around the euroblogosphere. “Who is right, who can tell, and who gives a damn right now,” you may say. We don’t known and recommend continuing your search for nonsense questions or non-nonsense answers here.

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