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The EU in the Cliffs

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No, you’re in luck: I’m not about to talk about Brexit. I’ve just returned from yet another little trip back home to my most beautiful country of Malta. This is a repost of The EU in the Cliffs, originally published by Claire Bonello (@claire_bonello, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr), and submitted to the Europe in My Region… » read more

  Posted by Europe in My Region

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Décidément le Président de la Commission est embarrassant. Embarrassant quand il commente. Embarrassant quand il ne décide pas. Et même embarrassant quand il décide. La nomination de Michel Barnier comme négociateur en chef du Brexit pour le compte de la Commission entre précisément dans cette dernière catégorie et à plus d’un titre. D’abord sur le… » read more

  Posted by Daniel Gueguen

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Les salaires des pilotes au sein des compagnies possédées par Etihad divergent significativement. C’est en tout cas ce qu’a pu conclure Times of Malta, qui a accédé à des documents confidentiels de la justice maltaise. Depuis quelques années, la compagnie du golfe Etihad enchaîne les participations minoritaires ou majoritaires dans les compagnies aériennes européennes, et… » read more

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Big data are more and more common in more and more areas: automobile, housing, healthcare, household electrical, clothes, shopping and even for brushing your teeth ! These new connected services need rules capable of leaving the potential of an economic booster. The main issue is to find how to frame this new business market without… » read more

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Strategic oil projects have a considerably longer horizon and decisions taken in the oil sector are driven by what is expected with regard to the future of crude oil and its prices in 25 years. A quarter of a century is a long time, and a lot can happen over the span of 25 years.… » read more

  Posted by Adam Czyzewski

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By Carl Thomson, Director The new Prime Minister, Theresa May, has completed an extensive Cabinet reshuffle to stamp her authority on the Government. When putting together her first Cabinet, Theresa May has showed which qualities may come to define her time as Prime Minister: neutralising her opponents; promoting her allies; and putting together a team… » read more

  Posted by Chris Whitehouse

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Guest blog post by Melanie Sully, Director of Go-Governance Institute, originally published in Wiener Zeitung. Eine Untersuchung, die unmittelbar nach dem Referendum über die EU-Mitgliedschaft Großbritanniens durchgeführt wurde, behauptete, dass die Jugend einfach nicht abgestimmt habe. Spätere Daten (durch die London School of Economics) zeigen jedoch, dass die Jugend sehr wohl eine relativ hohe Beteiligung… » read more

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By Hendrik Bourgeois, General Counsel Europe – Government Affairs & Policy Europe, GE From our founding 140 years ago by Thomas Edison, GE has been at the forefront of innovation. From the first incandescent light bulb to the first voice radio broadcast, from jet engines to x-ray machines, high efficiency gas and wind turbines, and… » read more

  Posted by AmChamEU

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(Photo credit: Olivier Hoslet/EPA/Newscom) Big non-governmental organisations (NGOs) like Greenpeace can have enormous impact on people’s perceptions of environmental issues. Their campaign against genetically modified foods is a good example. However, when they use that influence to further their own agenda, rather than the public good, it can have very serious consequences. Businesses all over… » read more

  Posted by Politheor: European Policy Network

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Guest blog post by Alexander Mohr, Secretary General of APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging. APEAL is an active supporter of the Circular Economy Package (CEP) and has been following developments in the European Commission closely for many months now. The CEP’s stated ambition has always been to help European businesses… » read more

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AEGEE Election Observation trains and deploys young people on election observation missions in Europe. We do this to provide a youth perspective on electoral processes. But what exactly does it mean to be involved with an AEGEE Election Observation mission?   AEGEE Election Observation missions are unique in that they focus specifically on young people’s… » read more

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Qu’attendre des gouvernements européens, ces éternels « intermittents de l’Europe » (Sylvie Goulard). On peut être tenté de répondre à la question pour les gouvernements européens :oui ! ils sont complices !Probablement à l’insu de leur volonté consciente, si non comment expliquer leur abandon de l’espace politique, médiatique sociétal, à toutes ces forces obscures rétrogrades… » read more

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