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  Institute for Postinformation Society republishes materials of Ukrainian blogs on Russia aggression related issues (All rights reserved). Europe’s gas risks If we look at the message spread by the Russian media, then Europe’s powerful gas dependence is obvious. It is easier to list independent countries than vice versa. Only Norway, Sweden, Spain, Portugal and… » read more

  Posted by Institute for Postinformation Society

  To boost its development cooperation and to fill funding gaps, the European Union is increasingly resorting to “blending”. While using tax payer-funded aid to encourage the engagement of private companies and investors in development can be helpful in certain cases, new Oxfam research has confirmed that private money is not a magical tool to… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

Last night on the 2 July, the EURACTIV Project Team was pleased to attend an event organised by the Belgian NGO Refugees Are Not Alone (RANA) to support refugees in Brussels and to promote cultural fraternity at La Tricoterie in Brussels. The venue, an old furniture and shoe factory which has kept its industrial spirit… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

“Under certain circumstances, I think Israel has the right to retain some, but unlikely all, of the West Bank.” (US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman) Ever since the Six Day War in June 1967, innumerable plans have been put forward from the Left, the Right and the Center about what to do with the historic… » read more

  Posted by AriRusila's Conflicts

Guest post by Radu Dumitrescu, one of the Editors-in-Chief of The New Federalist. The resurgence of right-wing nationalism and hatred in Europe has been aptly met with condemnation from across the political spectrum, from conservatives and liberals to social democrats and greens. And yet, the centre-right and the Manfred Webers of the world have had… » read more

  Posted by The Guest Blog

By Marissa Ryan, Deputy Director of Advocacy & Campaigns and Head of Oxfam’s EU office. Europe is not flourishing this spring. The European Union is beset by baying populism, Brexit, and a faltering economic model which bred an inequality crisis. Come the May elections, will the Union succumb to internal strife and selfishness, turning its… » read more

  Posted by Oxfam's EU Advocacy office in Brussels

The first popular works of Sigmund Freud in America strongly influenced the journalistic intelligentsia of the 1920s. They were fascinated and frightened by the Freudian image of a man with hidden perilous forces lying almost on the surface of the society of that time. Everyone was scared by the subconscious forces that could easily flare… » read more

  Posted by Institute for Postinformation Society

During the Global Energy Prize Summit, which took place at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany on 10 April 2019, international experts, including Nobel prize laureates, discussed possible scientific and technological solutions to avoid dangerous climate change in line with the commitments under Paris Agreement. The event was organised by the Global Energy Association,… » read more

  Posted by Dialogue for Europe

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