The EU must do its homework before criticising foreign countries

The EU has firm stances on democracy and freedom of expression when it comes to pressuring countries outside the union. Once the topic shifts towards internal EU affairs, things get a little complicated — to say the least.

Take Catalonia for instance.

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Journalist, PhD in Human Rights (University of Deusto). MA in Communication Sciences, BA in International Relations. www.tsavkko.com.br

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Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

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Journalist, PhD in Human Rights (University of Deusto). MA in Communication Sciences, BA in International Relations. www.tsavkko.com.br

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