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European Parliament Vice-President Diana Wallis yesterday (15 September) welcomed an announcement by the Council that it will “review” plans to draw up a common lobby register for all three European institutions. “If this materialises, it will represent a welcome evolution in the Council’s position,” said Wallis (click here to read more). Talks on establishing a… » read more

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This story about European Commission plans for a communications revolution was published by EurActiv on 30th August 2010. The European Commission’s communication strategy is undergoing structural change in a re-branding centred on President José Manuel Barroso, increased centralisation of public communications, a new organisational chart and a key reshuffle of top officials, a person close… » read more

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This story about EU telecoms ministers was published by EurActiv on 28th May 2010. A code of rights will be discussed at the next EU Telecoms Council scheduled for Monday (31 May), as ministers will consider introducing pan-European rules to protect users of electronic communications from expensive bills. But no formal debate will take place… » read more

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The New European Commission

As published by EurActiv.com: The selection of a new European Commission, never the simplest of political tasks, will this year be more complex than ever. Politically and institutionally, 2009 contains a whole range of permutations regarding the ‘how?’, ‘when?’ and ‘who?’ of the next EU executive. On the institutional plane, the Irish must vote again… » read more

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As published on EurActiv.com… Works of fiction have always dealt with political issues and institutions, “but the last decade has seen a much more concerted trend in this direction,” argues Conor McGrath, an independent scholar and deputy editor of the Journal of Public Affairs, citing an upsurge in the number of novels, movies, TV shows… » read more

Posted by Stuart Langridge

Une série de blogs sur les affaires européennes émerge depuis 2005 – dorénavant même les commissaires européens tiennent quotidiennement leur propre journal de bord sur Internet. Mais cela soulève une véritable question : les blogs entraîneront-ils un débat européen plus intelligent ? L’émergence des blogs et du journalisme citoyen remet en question les médias traditionnels… » read more

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