Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the sad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
In this Brussels Briefing on Energy, Hughes Belin provides an overview of the latest EU energy policy developments for March & April 2015.
Dara Murphy, Ireland’s Minister for Data Protection and European Affairs, discusses the key aspects of the European Data Protection Regulation.
Exclusive post-summit analysis following the European Council meeting on 19-20 March 2015, by leading EU politics expert Janis A. Emmanouilidis.
ECR Group spokesperson James Holtum discusses the European Parliament agenda for this week with Jennifer Baker.
Watch this video explaining the troubled history of EU Circular Economy legislation. What can be expected from the new proposal, after the Circular Economy package was withdrawn in February 2015?
Watch this video explaining the debate raging around the Investor to State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) clause of TTIP, the proposed EU-US trade deal.
This latest Brussels Briefing on Trade provides an overview of the European Union’s most pressing trade issues for March 16 – 31.
Foreign Affairs & Trade
This Brussels Briefing on Agriculture provides an overview of the latest developments in the European Union’s agricultural policy.
Food & Agriculture
Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Tatiana Mitrova, Head of the Oil & Gas Department at the Energy Research Institute in Moscow, analyses the consequences of troubled EU-Russia relations for energy trade.
Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, the European Parliament’s rapporteur on financial benchmarks, discusses the draft law that seeks to tackle manipulation of key rates.
Financial & Competition
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union.
Viviane Reding MEP - the European Parliament's Rapporteur on the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) - discusses the challenges and perspectives of the TiSA.
This Brussels Briefing on Environment provides an overview of the latest EU environment policy developments.
Environment & Transport
Hughes Belin investigates the prospects of the Energy Union strategy and its governance structure, as well as the barriers that need to be overcome for the Energy Union to succeed.
David Martin, the European Parliament’s rapporteur on the EU-Singapore trade deal, discusses the next steps towards the ratification of the trade agreement.
This latest Brussels Briefing on Trade provides an overview of the European Union’s most pressing trade issues for March 2 - 16.
Marietje Schaake MEP critically analyses progress on digital and tech developments: Digital Single Market, Telecoms Package, Net Neutrality & end of the roaming charges.
Julia Reda MEP talks about the implementation of the EU’s current copyright law (InfoSoc Directive) and discusses how it could be improved.
Morten Messerschmidt, co-rapporteur for the LuxLeaks inquiry, discusses the importance of the proposed European Parliament investigation into tax evasion and fraud in the European Union.
Nils Torvalds, the European Parliament's rapporteur on Indirect Land-Use Change (ILUC), discusses the future of biofuels.
Jennifer Baker is joined by Paul Nemitz, Jan Philipp Albrecht MEP & Pat Walshe to debate the question: "Can the next EU regulation guarantee data protection for all?"
Finnish MEP Nils Torvalds, rapporteur on ILUC for the European Parliament, discusses the position of transport in the EU 2030 climate and energy policy.
Gunnar Hökmark MEP, rapporteur on bank structural reform, discusses what is needed for effective reform and whether it could prevent another financial crisis from happening in Europe.
Environment journalist Sonja van Renssen is joined by Jos Delbeke, Bas Eickhout MEP & Anders Marvik to debate the question: "ETS Market Stability Reserve: competitiveness vs. climate?"
Overview of priorities Latvian EU Presidency for the first half year of 2015 and foreign affairs challenges that Latvia's presidency of the European Council is likely to face.
Morten Messerschmidt, rapporteur of the European Parliament’s Annual Report on Competition Policy, discusses the ongoing Google antitrust case.
Ilze Juhansone, Latvia’s Permanent Representative to the European Union, reveals the 3 top priorities of the Latvian Presidency of the European Council.
Animated video explaining the composition of the 2014-2019 European Parliament as well as providing an overview of all Committees.
Europe must do more to reduce inequality between men and women
Syed Kamall MEP: EU leaders should not duck the tough calls
special edition on irregular migration
27 March 2015