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#EUReporter more influential and trusted than The Guardian, Der Spiegel and Le Monde

#EUReporter more influential and trusted than The Guardian, Der Spiegel and Le Monde

The annual survey of which are the most-read or watched media and social media for news on EU issues – and which are viewed as the most influential – was unveiled in the ComRes/Burson-Marsteller 2017 EU Media Survey on What Influences the Influencers. Burson-Marsteller CEO Karen Massin and ComRes Associate Director Meghan Oliver outlined the […]

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#Georgia EU integration is logical without Abkhazia and South Ossetia

#Georgia EU integration is logical without Abkhazia and South Ossetia

| October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

With the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia signed in 2014, the actual integration process for Georgia seems to have fully entered into force, writes Olga Malik. According to the press release by the European Commission, the Association Agreement between the EU and Georgia dated July 1, 2016 Georgia and the EU should create […]

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#EuroLat: Deeper EU-Latin integration needed

#EuroLat: Deeper EU-Latin integration needed

| September 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Deepening the integration of the EU and Latin America is the best way to respond to common challenges, agreed parliamentarians from both sides of the Atlantic at the opening of the ninth plenary session of the Euro-Latin Parliamentary Assembly (EuroLat), on Tuesday in Montevideo (Uruguay). The economic situation, trade relations between the EU and Latin […]

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#Migration crisis in Germany: Can a refugee-friendly policy cause a terrorist threat?

#Migration crisis in Germany: Can a refugee-friendly policy cause a terrorist threat?

| June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

As the refugee crisis in Europe continues to gain its pace, Germany seems to have lost its grip on refugee resettlements control, writes Olga Malik. Sexual attacks in Cologne followed by assaults on women in Kiel and Nuremberg, fights and unrests within refugee camps have made local residents experience a new reality full of brutality […]

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Moldova opinion poll shows public confidence in pro-Europe government at all-time low

Moldova opinion poll shows public confidence in pro-Europe government at all-time low

| November 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

A newly published survey of public opinion amongst the electorate in Moldova highlights the country’s crisis and the public’s dissatisfaction with their government. It clearly shows that the people of Moldova are dissatisfied with the current pro-European coalition government and seek a new election to be held in the country. The survey, conducted by Dr. […]

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How the majority of EU legislation gets created

How the majority of EU legislation gets created

The media often report on how Brussels has decided on a new piece of legislation, but this is a simple version of what is a very complicated process. In our interactive infographic you find a more precise overview of how decisions that affect the EU and the people living in it are taken by MEPs […]

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Ukrainian pensioners and veterans protest against increase in communal tariffs

Ukrainian pensioners and veterans protest against increase in communal tariffs

Pensioners and veterans of the Lvov region of Ukraine have held a mass meeting to protest against the increase in tariffs for communal services. The meeting gathered more than 300 senior citizens of Lvov, Brodov, Chervonograd, Novy Razdel, Drogobych, and Sokal. The senior citizens were holding posters saying ‘Let us live and not survive’, ‘No […]

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