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A l’aube du World Economic Forum (WEF) où se rencontreront les leaders politiques, business et intellectuels pour examiner les risques sociaux et politiques qui menacent la mondialisation des économies.s, nous avons décidé de nous pencher sur une des solutions à la refondation du capitalisme de marché qu’ils proposent. Nous sommes aujourd’hui face à un marché… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Going backwards from Brexit

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“Have you gone mad?”, is the most frequent question from mainland European friends on the sore-vexed issue of Britain’s Gadarene flight from Europe. They are of course not questioning my sanity, but that of the thirty-seven per cent of the British electorate who voted on June 23 to leave the European Union. For without a… » read more

  Posted by Brian Gardner's Blog

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Guest blog post by Ann Cairns, President International for Mastercard, responsible for the management of all markets and customer-related activities outside North America. For too long financial inclusion has been considered an issue which mainly affects the developing world. In fact, according to recent Mastercard research, over 130 million people are unbanked or underbanked across… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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Spain saw 2016 come to an end with a new government in office and encouraging data as to its economic recovery. This positive end to the year was also marked by the rather unnoticed 30th anniversary of the country’s entry into the European Union, an accession that has brought about much wealth and prosperity. With… » read more

  Posted by Madrid-Brussels Express

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Halte au feu c’est le terme utilisé par les militaires pour faire cesser des tirs intempestifs, meurtriers le plus souvent. Les plus anciens d’entre nous conservent le souvenir de cas particulièrement dramatiques, notamment en France pendant la guerre d’Algérie. Cet appel vise le président de la Commission européenne objet d’attaques incessantes et de toute nature… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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2017 begins under a busy schedule for the newly appointed Maltese presidency of the Council of the European Union. For the next six months, the smallest member of the European Union, in the heart of the Mediterranean, is undertaking an ambitious leadership for the first time. Maritime affairs, with its potential for growth, competitiveness and… » read more

  Posted by Oceana Europe

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¿Hay algo más denigrante que ser degradado al nivel de un robot y ser intimidado por no resultar tan eficaz como una máquina? El 21 de diciembre el Prof. Victor Tan Chen publicó en The Atlantic un fascinante análisis sobre los desempleados en América. El profesor Tan Chen señaló acertadamente que la crisis que llevó… » read more

  Posted by Uniting Europe

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By Torbjørg Jevnaker   The EU’s energy agency may get new tasks as proposed in the winter package on the energy union. It might escape standardization, but not controversy. Recently, the European Commission presented a jumbo-package of legislative proposals for the Energy Union along with supporting documents. The so-called “Winter Package” on the energy union… » read more

  Posted by TARN

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