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Guest blog post by Leo Watson, freelance writer.   Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has stated that Poland will not take any refugees, a day after the terror attacks on Brussels. In January, Szydlo announced that 400 refugees would be accepted by Poland, but has now gone back on that decision. Szydlo did not cite security… » read more

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Guest blog post by Milan Nitzschke, spokesperson for AEGIS Europe & President of EU ProSun. Any partnership or friendship must be based on clarity and openness. In contrast the relationship between Europe and China, as understood by many Europeans is all about not upsetting the Chinese government and not communicating clear positions vis-a-vis issues of… » read more

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Guest blog post by Reineke Hameleers, Director at Eurogroup for Animals. Looking for an issue to unite Europe? Look no further than animal welfare. Citizens want an EU that acts for animals, more than it currently does. And they want that action now. The special Eurobarometer on animal welfare shows beyond doubt EU citizens care… » read more

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Guest blog post by Panama Bartholomy, Project Director at the Investor Confidence Project Europe. At the recent Investor Days event, I had the personal privilege of hosting three panels of representatives from the financial sector (Deutsche Bank, Amber Infrastructure, UK Green Investment Bank, Joule Assets, European Investment Bank, SUSI Partners, and Triodos Bank) focused on… » read more

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Guest blog post by Sebastian Emig, Director General of the European Snacks Association (ESA).   A couple of weeks ago the Netherlands EU Presidency organised a High Level Conference on Food Product Improvement and presented a “Roadmap for action” establishing the initial steps towards a more concerted action at European level. The European Snacks Association… » read more

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Guest blog post by Professor Stephen Holgate, Science Council Chair for the European Respiratory Society; and Professor Bruno Crestani, Conferences and Seminars Director for the European Respiratory Society. If you are ill, imagine that you could visit a doctor who can deliver an efficient, targeted, personalised treatment programme that is adjusted to your body and… » read more

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Guest blog post by Oliver Roethig, UNI Europa Regional Secretary. When the European Commission introduced its ‘Better Regulation Agenda’’ in May last year, for a moment I allowed myself to think this could actually lead to better law-making for all. Then suspicion settled in. The agenda claimed to ensure that the design of European law… » read more

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Guest blog post by Florian Noell, Chairman of the Board, German Startups Association. How the European political framework should look like to foster a fair competition between the Silicon Valley and European startups. The European Startup Monitor (ESM), initiated by the German Startup Association, gives transparency to the European startup-ecosystem and underlines the growing influence… » read more

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