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« Le mandat d’arrêt européen apparaît comme un formidable espoir pour l’Europe[1]» Marie-Elisabeth Cartier Cette citation issue d’un colloque mené par Marie-Elisabeth Cartier montre l’importance de ce mécanisme au sein de la coopération judiciaire européenne. Le mandat d’arrêt européen (ci-après MAE) a été instauré par la décision cadre de 2002[2] et vient remplacer le mécanisme… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Le 29 mai 2019, Johannes Hahn, Commissaire à l’élargissement et à la politique européenne de voisinage, chargé de superviser les processus d’adhésion des potentiels nouveaux États membres et les relations avec les États frontaliers de l’Union européenne (UE), a présenté le rapport sur  l’élargissement dans la région des Balkans occidentaux devant la Commission des affaires… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Syriza government has done much since 2015. Many positive steps, most within tight budget restrictions, regarding the strengthening of social rights and institutions, economic recovery and the steady creation of a favorable environment to stimulate production and boost business opportunities. However, there is yet a lot to be done to fully address the causes and… » read more

  Posted by Dimitris Rapidis

La genèse Historiquement, le noyau dur de ce qui allait progressivement prendre la forme d’une politique proprement européenne de « coopération au développement » en direction des pays dits « du Tiers Monde »  – ainsi dénommés à l’époque de la rivalité Est-Ouest –  pouvait déjà être discerné dans le terreau des premières Communautés. A l’aube-même de la saga… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Depuis 2004, Eyes on Europe organise diverses activités sociales, rédactionnelles, événementiels et promotionnelles. Notre association se veut être l’une des meilleures dans le domaine de la réalisation de projets et la publication d’articles. Un magazine est publié chaque année depuis 12 ans. Eyes on Europe organise aussi des conférences, des débats, des concours, des visites,… » read more

  Posted by EU-Logos

Being interviewed for the Counter Intelligence Podcast (3 June 2019), I decided to look back on my earliest tweets (2012-2016) to see if they might give some background to why I founded Defending Democracy. I surprised even myself by what I found… Some of my earliest tweets about Russian trolls, propaganda and disinformation 24 July… » read more

  Posted by EU energy & climate blog by @StollmeyerEU

The British ministers have recently decided that the country should use past overperformance in the reduction of its greenhouse gas emissions to relax the targets set out in the plan to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.   The plan to tackle climate change entails the commitment of the government to a series of five-year… » read more

  Posted by EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy

Guest post by Mark Turnbull, Managing Director of AUSPEX International. With the insult of coming third in Peterborough last week adding to the injury of fifth place in the EU elections, the Conservative Party needs to coalesce quickly around a new leader – one who can heal the party’s historic divisions and set out a… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

What is the significance of illiberal Viktor Orbán’s victory for Hungary? How will the results impact the institutional renewal in the EU? What changes can be expected in Hungary during the local governments elections later this year? This time we have voted more One year after the April 2018 national elections, the European elections were… » read more

  Posted by Zoltán Massay-Kosubek

Exactly 30 years ago on this day, in the heart of Beijing, in a square named after The Gate of Heavenly Peace (or “Tiananmen” in Mandarin Chinese), the morning was anything but peaceful   Machine gun fire rang out as heavily armed troops supported by tanks and armoured personnel carriers drove into crowds of unarmed… » read more

  Posted by Key to Europe

I had the honour to contribute with the following editorial to the May Newsletter of the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) dedicated to ‘tobacco and trade‘. On 31st May, we celebrate the World Health Organization (WHO) initiated World No Tobacco Day which this year focuses on tobacco and lung health. While the health-harmful nature of… » read more

  Posted by Zoltán Massay-Kosubek

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