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by Julien Miéral Introduction – Chronological key steps of the CETA The launch of negotiations for a European Union (EU)-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) were announced and launched 2009. The decision was then taken in 2011 to include a chapter on investment protection. After nine rounds of negotiations, parties reached an agreement on… » read more

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L’Union européenne se retrouve malheureusement engrainée par la montée du populisme de droite qui véhicule des idées conservatrices. Ce conservatisme met en péril l’Etat de droit, les droits humains de manière général, et tout particulièrement les droits des femmes. Difficultés d’accès au marché du travail et aux postes à responsabilités, restriction du droit à disposer… » read more

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Introduction In times of economic crisis and instability there is an increased need to mobilize public funds to stimulate growth, but at the same time in these periods there is a scarcity of resources. This situation stimulates a search for more efficiency and effectiveness, and ultimately a better use of resources in terms of concentrating… » read more

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The Czechs have elected their new House of Deputies. One party arose from that election as the clear, undisputed victor: ANO, a self-declared pro-European party, member of ALDE—European Liberal Democrats led by the well-known federalist, Guy Verhofstadt. The self-declaration of being pro-European is crucial, since the movement, although a supporter of Czech Republic’s staying in… » read more

  Posted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

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Guest post by Matthias Dornfeldt Unter dem Titel „Erweitertes Partnerschafts- und Kooperationsabkommen zwischen der Europäischen Union und Kasachstan – Erfolge und Perspektiven“ fand die 21. Sitzung des Berliner Eurasischen Klubs (BEK) am 4. Oktober 2017 in Brüssel statt. Es ist bereits eine gute Tradition geworden, dass der Klub, der von der Botschaft der Republik Kasachstan… » read more

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The Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities (CAAC) has been advocating the potential of cities and territorial cohesion since 2000. The members of the network have also implemented this philosophy through projects; in particular through European programmes such as URBACT. Launched in 2002, URBACT aims at promoting the sustainable and integrated development of cities by offering… » read more

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AEGEE Election Observation deployed 21 Short-Term Observers (STOs) of 12 nationalities to Germany to assess youth participation in the German Federal legislative election. The STOs arrived in Berlin on 20 September. On 21 and 22 September, the mission held meetings with national authorities and stakeholders in the field of youth participation. On election day, STOs… » read more

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Catalonia’s intentions of broadening its autonomy and to attain independence is not novel. However, it certainly reached a whole new level very quickly after the referendum that took place on the 1st October. As we know, the Catalonian referendum for independence was prior to its execution proclaimed unconstitutional. The Spanish government warned that such referendum… » read more

  Posted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

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