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By Marc Herman The European Union is currently reviewing policies crucial for Europe’s response to the two most pressing challenges of our time: ending hunger and fighting climate change. The European Parliament and member states are about to decide on new rules for the EU’s renewable energy policy until 2030. It is their chance to… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

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In times of Brexit, a look at why Macron succeeded in imposing his brand of political centrism, where the Liberal Democrats failed. Emmanuel Macron was elected in 2017 and no-one was surprised. Unlike the labyrinth that was 2016, France turned away from hysterical populism and shock horror election results. Tactically or otherwise (twenty six million… » read more

  Posted by 1989 Generation Initiative

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Voici quelques semaines un consultant en e-reputation me propose ses services. Je le google. Et découvre, non sans étonnement sa … mauvaise réputation. Toute possibilité de collaboration s’en trouve dès lors exclue. Chaque lobbyiste à deux actifs : sa crédibilité et son réseau. Une mauvaise réputation tue la crédibilité. Des dossiers aussi emblématiques que le… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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A few weeks ago, a consultant specialised in ‘e-reputation’ offered his services to me. I Googled him, and not without surprise, I discovered that…he has a bad reputation! From that moment, any possibility of us working together went out the window. Every lobbyist has two assets: credibility and a network. A bad reputation kills credibility.… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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Guest post by Dan Luca, Senior Director of EURACTIV and lecturer on communication techniques and the European Union at VUB, ULB Brussels and SNSPA Bucharest. Why do I work in Brussels? The “blue city” has gradually become the political pole with the largest multicultural community. Apart from the European Parliament or the famous European Commission,… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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By Mostafa Darwish & Arthur Wyns Climate Action is necessary on all levels, from changing personal behaviour to promoting sustainable businesses & entrepreneurship. Climate-KIC – or the Knowledge and Innovation Community – does just that: as Europe’s largest public-private innovation network, it empowers young people to come up with new business ideas to challenge and… » read more

  Posted by Climate Tracker - Tracking international climate change negotiations

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Guest post by Corey Cooper, Europe Fellow at Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP). He is also a Research Associate in US Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations. Last month, European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker delivered his third and most important State of the European Union address. His remarks to the European Parliament… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

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In recent years cloud storage such as Dropbox or Drive is gaining popularity across different industries principally for its affordability given the excellent performance offered. Within this domain, also cloud databases are now challenging well-established solutions deployed on site. Regarding big-data analytics, cloud databases are now starting to play a crucial role. According to a… » read more

  Posted by SSIX - Social Sentiment Indices powered by X-Scores

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Difficile de s’intéresser à la politique contemporaine sans entendre le mot de populisme. Pour certains c’est une menace, pour d’autre c’est une opportunité : celle d’exiger une véritable démocratie. Ainsi on trouve des acteurs politiques qui se revendiquent populistes (comme ce fut le cas de Barak Obama lors d’un discours à Ottawa en 2016) et… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

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