Prospects for Europe – time for a new bargain?
Janis A. Emmanouilidis , 8 November 2017 at the 8th Brussels Wednesday Social
On 8 November Janis Emmanouilidis discussed with our guests how the EU27 could exploit the current window of opportunity to re-energise the integration process and regain the trust of the citizens.
News from Brussels / Week 25 September - 01 October 2017
Last Week, the French President Emmanuel Macron gave a speech at the Sorbonne University on the Future of Europe on Tuesday. The Commission issued a set of guidelines on the application of EU food and consumer laws to dual quality products. On Thursday, the fourth round of the Brexit negotiations were concluded. And on Friday, the Digital Summit took place in Tallinn.
“Freedom, Egality, Fraternity? How the French elections impact Europe.”
Daniel Cohn-Bendit at the 30th Berlin Wednesday Social
On 10 May 2017 more than 200 guests attended the 30th Berlin Wednesday Social with Daniel Cohn-Bendit to discuss the topic “Freedom, Egality, Fraternity? How the French elections impact Europe.”
News from Brussels / Week 25 February - 3 March 2017
Last week the European Commission launched a public debate on the future of Europe by presenting a White Paper on the possible scenarios for the further development of the EU. The Commission’s Directorate-General for Agriculture published a study, in which it shows how trade agreements help boost European agricultural exports. The Council took a position on the revision of the emissions trading system and is now ready to start the negotiations with the Parliament.
Responsible Lobbying: We need to take a stand!
Presentation at Quadriga Berlin Summit: Public Affairs Trend Lab, 16 February 2017
Participants from 18 nations all around Europe took part in the Quadriga Berlin Summit: Public Affairs Trend Lab 2017, hosted by Prof. Dr. Mario Voigt.
The European Single Market - the future or passé?
Trade Letter February 2017
The European Single Market has been in existence since 1992. In practice, however, numerous barriers limit the actual freedom of movement of EU citizens, goods, services and capital.
This article is part of our Trade Letter February 2017.