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Guest post by Leen Verkade, member of the social-liberal party in The Netherlands, D66. The issue that the Eurozone rules (Fiscal Compact) should be changed was once again brought up last week by Eurozone chief Dijsselbloem. But the proposed change still is along the same line that has been followed for years, and still does… » read more

Posted by Blogactiv Team

Guest post by David Crous, consultant at PRACSIS. Hanoi 13 November 2013 – The objective of the 15th forum and roundtable on eco-innovation which took place in Hanoi was to show how eco-innovations and new technologies can increase resource efficiency and cut waste within the whole food sector. The European Commission and the UNEP reunited… » read more

Posted by Laurens Cerulus

Connecting a country of over 20 million people in the European Union is a complex process. No one can blame a particular person, a political party or even a public institution for this. Although paradoxical, the “macro procedure” of the national-European relationship is mostly a technical algorithm, requiring specific expertise in multiple sectors (legislation, social,… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca

China – the country that stands strong in the world – cannot be left out of any analysis regarding bilateral opportunities, both in terms of its relations with the European Union as a whole, as well as with the individual Member States. China invests in European infrastructure, the banking sector, etc., and in early May… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca

For the development of Romania’s capacity to participate in the European debate and to influence policy at EU level it is necessary to associate itself with similar countries in terms of interest on certain sectors. In this regard the Latin connection should be exploited, in particular the relation with Italy, one of the founders of… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca

In 2011, Mr. Lazar Comanescu, the current ambassador of Romania to Berlin, explained to me the importance of an active Romanian representation in Germany with strong rebound of joint activity into the European Union. The conclusion of the intense debate on the future of European institutions, held on multiple levels, was that Germany needs the… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca

In the last three years I have visited Warsaw regularly. It is interesting to follow the evolution of this country and its connection to the mechanism of the European Union. In Poland, the leaders of the institutions, corporations, unions, media, NGOs and think-tanks are concerned and discuss topics such as the euro in 2016, the… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca

Vital in any campaign, a political party cannot exist without its activists. It is necessary that the majority of the party members (the activists) understand the importance of each campaign – whether the elections are local, regional, national or European. They want to and need to be involved, as well as to be treated with… » read more

Posted by Dan Luca