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Hotel California

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In the most famous song of The Eagles, “Hotel California”, Don Henley sings “You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave”. This is not a song about the EU, but it could be. I don’t believe the UK will leave the EU. With the Brexit referendum, they have just checked out… » read more

  Posted by Reuniting Europe

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By Doris Schernhammer, Senior Manager, Corporate Affairs – Europe and Canada, Lilly   We live in an amazing era for medicines. During the past two decades, the pharmaceutical industry has discovered life-changing treatments for some of the deadliest diseases. These innovative discoveries have improved the lives of hundreds of millions of people and will continue… » read more

  Posted by AmChamEU

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Own goals can play a critical part in football. Northern Ireland has just been knocked out of the Euro 2016 tournament by Wales; the only goal was an own goal. I suspect there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth in the dressing room afterwards. The UK has, however, scored the own goal to end… » read more

  Posted by Peter Bye

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Well, It happened. Sort of. Did it really? Or let me rephrase that: does it have to? I am about to argue that Brexit is not still a done deal and that British politicians have opportunities to laugh nervously and pretend it didn’t happen to begin with. I’m about to argue that this is precisely… » read more

  Posted by C Shannon

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There is still a slight chance to come out of this post-Brexit vote with a Win-Win for everyone- For the UK, for the Union, and for Democracy. “Democratic deficit” is, of course, one of the strongest arguments of the brexiteers. Today, Merkel, Hollande and Renzi may propose to address it at European level, in three… » read more

  Posted by Nicoli

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Thursday’s shock Brexit referendum in the UK immediately triggered reactions… and wild ideas. Here is what was heard from a self-critical, British panel in Brussels over the weekend. This includes remarks by two former MEPs, who spoke off the record and were not exactly politically correct. Denial Many “Remain” campaigners seem to have difficulties accepting… » read more

  Posted by Heard in Europe

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Guest blog post by Gustaf Almqvist, Ph D, researcher, fish ecology and fisheries, at Baltic Eye/Baltic Sea Center at Stockholm University. The new multi-annual plan for fisheries in the Baltic Sea, which today has been formally adopted by the European Parliament, will be able to provide Baltic fishermen with better stability and opportunities for long-term… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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