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Guest post by MEP Alfred Sant, Head of Maltese (S&D) Delegation in the European Parliament   This afternoon the European Parliament’s plenary session, once again, will host a joint debate on the European Foreign Security and Defence Policy. This time the High Representative and Commission Vice President Mogherini will participate in the debate by welcoming… » read more

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Post en tant qu’invité par Thibaud Bodson, Chercheur à l’université libre de Berlin et à l’université hébraïque de Jérusalem   Conférence ministérielle de l’OMC, un moment important pour le multilatéralisme économique Du 10 au 13 décembre se tient à Buenos Aires la onzième Conférence ministérielle de l’Organisation Mondial du Commerce (OMC). Ce sommet bisannuel rassemble… » read more

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    Dear Mr. Andriukaitis, We are the proud parents and representatives of beautiful, funny, noisy children. Some of them live in our hearts, some of them survived cancer after a long and toxic treatment. When a child is diagnosed with cancer, people often comfort parents by invoking progress made in cancer treatments. The scandal… » read more

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Guest post by Tinatin Khidasheli, Georgian jurist and politician Once again Russia’s abysmal record on human rights is exposed for the world to see. On 30 November, Human Rights Watch slammed the Russian Government for the intensified enforcement of the country’s repressive legislation that blacklists foreign “undesirable” organizations – for the most part American, and… » read more

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Guest post by Stefano Bonaccini, president of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions As African and European Heads of state and government have concluded their 5th African Union and European Union summit (AU-EU summit) in Abidjan, local and regional governments from both continents can be proud of a successful first Africa-Europe Local Government Forum.… » read more

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Guest blog post by Jennifer Baker, reporting from the SWITCH, the largest, open and free ICT and entrepreneurship event in the Baltic region. Blockchain could make Lithuania the world’s newest fintech hub says MEP Antanas Guoga, but while the potential is there, it won’t happen without great efforts in promoting the technology, education, and some… » read more

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Guest post by Hans Korteweg, Managing Director, COGEN Europe   The message from European manufacturers and users of the latest smart home energy solution is clear: fuel cell micro-cogeneration is market-ready. Already, 3500 households and businesses across Europe are using fuel cell micro-cogeneration for their heating, hot water and electricity supply. Each unit is enabling… » read more

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Guest post by Oleksiy Filatov, deputy head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine   It was nearly 1,000 years when Yaroslav the Wise, a Kyiv Rus ruler, converted legal customs into a code known as the Rus’ka Pravda to make his country be ruled by law. But it was not until this November that Ukraine… » read more

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