Monday, 26 January 2009

The Euroblog Network, Condensed

Just a quick note, though anyone reading is probably aware of this already by now, that Jon Worth, among others, has set up a site which brings together all the EU related blogs for easy reference. I've linked the new in the self-explanatory "links" column down the left-hand side of the page (as "EU Blog Portal").

It's a great idea, and though it is supposed to show all EU related blogs (it aggregates 281 blogs so far), it's still very flattering that I'm already on it, seeing as I've only been blogging for just over 2 weeks.


  1. For the sake of argument, if you have spoken out against your neighbour acquring toxic assets, does it really mean that you have even a moral obligation to take them on, if he decides to give them up?

    In my view, the Guantanamo detainees are squarely a US responsibility.

    Enter politics. I understand that the USA would be more than happy to see as much of the problem disappear. European political leaders are asked for signs of good will, and at least some of them are going to accommodate the wishes of the new American adiministration by taking on these walking security risks.

  2. I'll answer in the comments of the post above.