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Guest post by Bogdan C. Enache, former Bucharest journalist. L’Europe – ce mot qu’en français désigne à la fois une géographie et une politique – fut à juste titre au cœur du programme électoral d’Emmanuel Macron. Mais l’Europe que le président élu de la France souhaite renforcer risque d’être à nouveau partielle. Bien entendu, l’urgence… » read more

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Guest blog post by Per Strömbäck, editor Netopia.eu So I woke up this morning and it was the year 2025. All of the DSM policies had been implemented. (Don’t ask about the US president!) I thought back on last night’s football game, with a dramatic late equaliser Viljandi Tulevik managed to tie in the away… » read more

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Guest blog post by Katerina Bezgachina, Associate Director for Communications at Habitat for Humanity EMEA. A latest EU Energy Efficiency report showed how new co-design and energy labelling requirements for products are saving consumers both energy and money. By 2020, potential energy savings will reach approximately 9% of the EU’s total energy consumption and a… » read more

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Guest blog post by Cian McCarthy, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplmacy, Tufts University. The Irish Government have an important strategic decision to make. Before the negotiations over the future relationship agreement between the UK and the EU begin, they need to decide what sort of deal they should encourage the EU to seek.… » read more

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Guest blog post by Chris Wiersma, academic fellow in Media Law & Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic, Political Communication and Science and Technology Studies scholar. On 22 March, a communication has been issued by the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (ECtHR) about 49 cases against Russia. The country’s Foreign Agent Act is now under scrutiny by… » read more

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Guest blog post by Alejandro Puerto, writer of the Western Cycles saga about economic and political history of developed nations. Although economic malaise is becoming a global phenomenon, with the slowdown in China and Japan, its sharpest political manifestations are still concentrated in Europe. One reason is the severity of the contraction in the Eurozone,… » read more

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Financial education is more relevant and needed than ever. In the current economic and social climate, now more than ever we must seize opportunities, understand risks, innovate, and create livelihoods. While efforts to enhance the economic capabilities of young people are currently more advanced than in previous generations, misunderstandings about the relevance of financial education… » read more

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Guest blog post, by Lambert van Nistelrooij MEP, A smoothly functioning economy that increases competitiveness, provides for a strong investment ecosystem, job creation and high standards of living is what all Member States aim for. Getting there is where the real challenge kicks in. In the aftermath of the financial crisis and as a result… » read more

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