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Guest blogpost from Pavel Telicka, Vice-President of the European Liberals and Democrats for Europe in the European Parliament.   This Commission has promised the European citizens better regulation. The European Liberals and democrats support this Commission in its endeavour to make European rules clear, simple and effective. Pavel Telicka, Vice President of the ALDE Group proposes the following six… » read more

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Guest blogpost by Stefanie Glinski, freelance journalist in Kathmandu, writing for Time Magazine and Der Spiegel, among others. After a 7.8 magnitude earthquake left much of Nepal in a pile of rubble, hundreds of Europeans remain unaccounted for almost two weeks later. EU Ambassador to Nepal, Ms. Rensje Teerink announced last week that over 1,000… » read more

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Guest blogpost by Jaakko Silpola, Coordinator of the Energy from Peatland Sector Group. The struggling EU economy and the Ukraine-Russia gas dispute are not temporary issues. Many EU countries still suffer from unemployment and gas disputes remain a chronic threat to the European energy system and its entire economic development. One crisis after another, the European Union… » read more

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Guest blogpost by Vladan Lausevic, member of Alliance of Liberals And Democrats for Europe (ALDE) and student of European Studies at University of Riga.   The EU’s decision to approve Bosnia and Herzegovina to sign the pact for Stability and Association is a step in the right direction. However, without changes in the Bosnian state administration the… » read more

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Guest blogpost by Sascha Marschang, European Public Health Alliance & Linda Mans, Health Workers for All. The economic crisis has led to increased mobility of health professionals within Europe and in some cases it has even replaced recruitment from non-EU member states, thereby adding a distinctly European dimension to the implementation of the WHO Global… » read more

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Guest blogpost by Robert Wright, Secretary General of ePURE. The ILUC debate has been arduous and time-consuming but it is time for the EU to move on and learn from the hard lessons of this divisive policy reform, writes Robert Wright, Secretary General of ePURE, representing conventional and advanced ethanol producers in Europe.   Tomorrow… » read more