by Sam Vaknin Cyprus, that beacon of political stability and financial rectitude, was invited to negotiate its membership. Bulgaria, the epitome of good governance and civil society as well as Malta the undisputed friend of the West (remember Libya’s Colonel Qaddafi?) were among the list of new candidates registered at the Helsinki meet of the […]

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