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L’éolien a-t-il le vent en poupe ? Cette énergie propre et renouvelable a fait de nombreux adeptes en France, à tel point que le pays se classe aujourd’hui au quatrième rang européen des producteurs d’énergie issue de l’éolien. Pourtant, les critiques sont nombreuses et l’idée de voir un champ d’éoliennes être érigé près de son… » read more

  Posted by L'innovation en action

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After over a decade of relative stability, recent years have seen new momentum in EU budget politics. The Treaty of Lisbon introduced the broadest reform of budgetary procedures since the 1970s, while the financial and economic crisis has intensified scepticism towards European integration among citizens and decision-makers. As a result, the EU budget has become… » read more

  Posted by European pratictioner and researcher

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Genval, 14th April 2017 – Harassment of independent and critical NGOs, attempt to close the Central European University, mass anti-European campaign called ‘Let’s stop Brussels!’, violating Human Rights of Asylum seekers and antigypsyism resulting segregated education are the recent scandals in Hungary. If you look at them one-by-one and together, they can be considered as… » read more

  Posted by EU ZMK's Diary

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A central feature of any high performing healthcare system or organisation includes best practice in medicines use and management. As all aspects of healthcare are under varying degrees of financial stress these days, cost controls and appropriate use of medicines must support the highest standards of clinical practice and safe patient care. Medicines optimisation is… » read more

  Posted by Euro-Sante :: Euro-Health

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To say that EU-Turkey relations are under strain is a strong understatement. Perhaps the only reason (NATO concerns aside) why EU member states have not officially put a stop to the accession negotiations is enlightened self-interest in the refugee deal. Megaphone diplomacy and diplomatic tactics at or over the far end of the spectrum of… » read more

  Posted by Antonius Voluptarius

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Realistically, I don’t think so. Contrary to what some critics might say, the current global geopolitical recession is a test of resilience and not an ideological shift of paradigm. It’s not about political philosophy; it is about the interest understood in terms of necessity and efficiency. Globalization is an intrinsic force rooted in the need… » read more

  Posted by Victor Ciumac

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Last month’s celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Rome treaties was a unique opportunity for Europe to review the path of what has been achieved so far and to look for future endeavours to undertake. The purpose of today’s blog is not to comment again on this. There has been enormous debate in recent… » read more

  Posted by FEPS Fresh Thinking

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Practical cooperation in the European asylum policy has evolved from information exchange through loose administrative networks and ad hoc projects, to institutionalisation of a plethora of activities coordinated by an EU agency, the European Asylum Support Office. The ‘asylum crisis’ has further spurred forms of joint processing of asylum applications, while the proposed Regulation on… » read more

  Posted by TARN

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