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By Margherita Tolotto, the EEB Policy Officer for Air and Noise. This week’s summit of EU environment ministers is a welcome opportunity to move air pollution to the top of the political agenda. Announcing the summit in a blog post last week, Commissioner Vella said that a Europe that cares “cannot sit by as 400,000… » read more

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Gastbeitrag von Yves Bertoncini und Dr. Rainer Wend. Die verstärkte deutsch-französische Zusammenarbeit bringt neuen Schwung in die europäische Integration. Die EU muss neue Wege gehen im Bereich Sicherheit und Verteidigung und neuen wirtschaftlichen Investitionen zur Stärkung des Euroraums und vor allem den Bürgerinnen und Bürgern dienen! Die Präsidenten der Europäischen Bewegung in Frankreich und Deutschland… » read more

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Guest post by Ahmed Aboutaleb, mayor of Rotterdam (Netherlands) and member of the European Forum for Urban Security (Efus) Executive Committee. In the past few years, Europe has endured a series of terrorist attacks that have set Europeans on edge. While these attacks are devastating, the proportion of terrorist attacks in EU countries was in… » read more

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Gastbeitrag von Vlad Plahotniuc, Vorsitzender der Demokratischen Partei Moldaus. Es gibt Zeiten, in denen sich jedes Land einmal an einem Scheideweg befindet: etwa wenn es vor der Aufgabe steht, wandelnden Ansprüchen und Möglichkeiten gerecht zu werden, wichtige strukturelle Herausforderungen zu bewältigen oder zentrale gesellschaftliche Werte neu zu definieren. Besonders in der heutigen Zeit, in der… » read more

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Guest blog post by Olga Aymerich, previously working for NATO (Political Affairs and Security Policy), OSCE (External co-operation), and the EU (EU Delegation to Lebanon), as well as in think tanks such as Carnegie Middle East Center. Are you aware the French government is fueling a war? It is, a war that has already killed… » read more

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Guest blog post by Frédéric Bourguet, a french lawyer specialized in IT questions. Behind these terms, with almost pleasant connotations, hides a worrying development of the economics of patents. Certain sectors, where innovation is law (notably telecommunications) seek to manage their large portfolios of patents more effectively, requiring surveillance, validity checks, market strategies, as well… » read more

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