Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
The European Commission has a plan to overcome Council stalemate on GMO imports but what are its implications? Find out in 2 minutes.
This Brussels Briefing on Agriculture provides an overview of the latest developments in the European Union’s agricultural policy.
In this Brussels Briefing on Energy, Hughes Belin provides an overview of the latest EU energy policy developments for May & June 2015.
Pastora Valero, head of Government Affairs at Cisco, discusses the European Commission’s proposals for a Digital Single Market.
This latest Brussels Briefing on Trade provides an overview of the European Union’s most pressing trade issues for May 18 – 31.
Syed Kamall – leader of the ECR group – sets out the position of the Conservatives ahead of attempts at EU reform and the looming British referendum on EU membership.
Antti Timonen, spokesperson for the EPP Group, discusses the European Parliament agenda for this week with Jennifer Baker.
A look at David Cameron's mandate to seek EU reform and his intention to put Britain's 'renegotiated relationship' to a referendum.
Watch this video explaining the debate raging around the Investor to State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) clause of TTIP, the proposed EU-US trade deal.
Bernd Lange, Chair of the European Parliament's International Trade Committee, discusses the trade priorities for the new parliamentary term.
Foreign Affairs & Trade
This Brussels Briefing on Environment provides an overview of the latest EU environment policy developments for May 2015.
Environment & Transport
Karl Falkenberg (European Commission), Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy MEP and Andy Doran (Novelis) debate the question: "How can Europe capitalise on the Circular Economy?"
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union for May 2015.
Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the good, the bad and the funny in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Achim Steiner of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) talks about the development goals, targets and indicators that are to frame UN member states' policies over the next 15 years.
Renowned US economist Jeremy Rifkin discusses the shift towards the “Third Industrial Revolution” and the need to develop a more sustainable and ecologically-based agricultural production system.
Food & Agriculture
Latest EU Tweets of the Week: looking at the Google, the Bad and the Ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan discusses the role of the EU in addressing global agriculture challenges.
How should Europe respond to tax evasion after the LuxLeaks scandal? Watch this video explaining the main options in 95 seconds.
Financial & Competition
Janez Potočnik, former Environment Commissioner and new FFA chairman, talks about the future challenges facing the global agricultural sector.
Kostiantyn Yelisieiev, the Head of the Mission of Ukraine to the EU, expects Ukraine to forge closer ties with the European Union, leaving Ukraine-Russia relations in a dire state.
This Brussels Briefing on Environment provides an overview of the latest EU environment policy developments.
Dara Murphy, Ireland's Minister for Data Protection and European Affairs, discusses the key aspects of the European Data Protection Regulation.
This latest Brussels Briefing on Trade provides an overview of the European Union’s most pressing trade issues for March 16 – 31.
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.
In this Brussels Briefing on Energy, Hughes Belin provides an overview of the latest EU energy policy developments for March & April 2015.
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?
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.
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 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.
Nils Torvalds, the European Parliament's rapporteur on Indirect Land-Use Change (ILUC), discusses the future of biofuels.
Julia Reda MEP talks about the implementation of the EU’s current copyright law (InfoSoc Directive) and discusses how it could be improved.
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?"
European Inventor Award 2015
European Monitoring Centre
for Drugs & Drug Addiction - European Drug Report 2015 to be released on 4 June
Celebrating 40 years of contributing
to Social Europe on 26 May 2015
fight against terrorism, human rights in Norway & Cannes Film Festival
21 May 2015