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#Gazprom: Is Vestager letting Russia off the hook?

#Gazprom: Is Vestager letting Russia off the hook?

| September 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

In September 2011, the European Commission raided Gazprom and filed antitrust charges against the company in April 2015. Throwing the book at the Russian giant, the Commission denounced them for illegal partitioning of EU markets, denying third-party access to gas pipelines and unlawful pricing, all aimed at strangling central and eastern European countries, writes Peter […]

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#Brexit – petition for direct communication to all citizens

#Brexit – petition for direct communication to all citizens

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

I recently presented a petition to European Parliament’s Petitions Committee on behalf of all the citizens of all 28 member states. My aim is to identify the best possible process for citizens when any member state leaves the EU. I believe such a process should be carried out in accordance with universal human rights and […]

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More emphasis on #health should underscore Juncker’s EU vision

More emphasis on #health should underscore Juncker’s EU vision

| September 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

    Last week, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gave his now annual ‘State of the Union’ address at the Parliament in Strasbourg, but observers in the field were surprised to hear little mention of healthcare, writes European Alliance for Personalised Medicine executive director Denis Horgan. In one small section Juncker did, however, state that it […]

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Innovation in personalised medicine and healthcare

Innovation in personalised medicine and healthcare

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Innovation in personalised medicine and healthcare as a whole is here among us and is moving swiftly, writes European Alliance for Personalised Medicine executive director Denis Horgan. But policy, rules and regulations must keep up if we are to make the most of the many breakthroughs, optimise the use of Big Data and bring novel […]

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#EU and #Israel struggling to define where legal and illegal actions become politically driven

#EU and #Israel struggling to define where legal and illegal actions become politically driven

| September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Following the demolition of a EU funded school in the West Bank, many are outraged and wrongfully claim that Israel is violating human rights. This incident should be an opportunity for both Israelis and Europeans to define where legal or illegal actions turn out to be politically driven – writes Fulvio Martusciello, Member of European […]

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By the tracks of #COP21 – 3 steps to decarbonization

By the tracks of #COP21 – 3 steps to decarbonization

| September 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

French environmentalist Bruno Comby, who devoted his life to scientific research and teaching in the field of environment protection and healthy living for all, spoke about COP21 and the 3 steps to decarbonization. He was interviewed for EuReporter by Alexandra Gladysheva. Nowadays around 60 nuclear power plants are under construction in the world. More than […]

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Buildings #FireSafety to come under spotlight in Strasbourg

Buildings #FireSafety to come under spotlight in Strasbourg

| August 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

After the recent Grenfell Tower tragedy in the United Kingdom, the European Parliament is to discuss for the very first time fire safety in buildings at a meeting where both the Council and the European Commission will speak. This important meeting will take place in Strasbourg on Wednesday 13 September 2017, writes Gary Cartwright.  Fire Safe Europe, […]

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