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Guest blog post by Patrick Bailey, a professional writer focusing on mental illness and addiction graduated at Central Michigan University. Retaining the unenviable ‘title’ as the world’s heaviest drinkers for more than a decade now, Europeans have recognized the health consequences of alcohol consumption to the drinker and to those around him. The European Union… » read more

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Guest blog post by Alban Schmutz, SVP Public Affairs at OVHcloud & Chairman of CISPE. Take aim at the terrorists — not the infrastructure, nor private commercial data. It is vitally important that Europe is able to address the terrorist threats we face. It’s equally important to ensure we do so in the most effective,… » read more

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Guest blog post by Danilo D’Elia, Senior Policy Manager, & Ana-Isabel Llacayo, Policy Manager at the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO). With the upcoming European Parliament elections, the call for a set of strong measures to raise the cyber resilience is becoming the central point of discussions in the European Union (EU) capitals. To have… » read more

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Guest blog post by Patrick Gibbels, Secretary General of the European Small Business Alliance (ESBA) and Managing Director of Gibbels Public Affairs. The European Commission is proposing a tax on the revenues of digital services. The tax is supposed to hit global tech giants, but the cost will be borne by small businesses and consumers.… » read more

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Guest post by Dan Luca, Senior Director at EURACTIV. The shaping of the FUTURE OF EU starts now. Brexit becomes a reality next March, paving the way for a rebalancing of power within the EU. Leaders will decide Europe’s future path at the FUTURE OF EU Summit (Sibiu, Romania) in May 2019. This summit will… » read more

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Guest blog post by Strahinja Subotic, a Researcher at the European Policy Centre – CEP, Belgrade. One and a half year has passed since the government of the United Kingdom (UK), led by Prime Minister (PM) Theresa May, activated Article 50 of the Treaty on EU (TEU). By doing so, as of March 2017, the… » read more

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Guest post by Dan Luca, Senior Director at EURACTIV. European Political Context In less than a year, European Parliament elections will lead us to the next European Commission. Following the current polarising trend in global politics, the debate in Europe is mainly conducted between pro-Europeans and anti-Europeans. The ever-growing gap between decision-makers and citizens could… » read more

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    Guest blog post by Howard Dobson, Strategic digital communications specialist and author. Europeans don’t understand the EU well enough to make an informed stay/leave decision. It’s not about knowing your Asse (in Belgium) from your Elbingen (in Germany). How many know their European Court of Justice from their European Court of Human Rights?… » read more

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    Guest blog post by Radu Dumitrescu, one of the Editors-in-Chief of The New Federalist. According to Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perception Index, Eastern Europe was one of the worst-performing regions of the world, with an average score comparable to that of Central Asia. It is very easy to see why – Belarus, Serbia… » read more

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