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Ukrainian Presidential Elections

{{Developing the tradition}} Presidential elections in Ukraine are more than just elections. The country is expected to make the decisive choices regarding its geopolitical priorities and internal developments, particularly in the sphere of democracy. The peculiarity of the autumn presidential elections is that nobody knows for certain who will be ...

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What common EU policy towards Latin America?

{This fifth GlobalEurope 2020 anticipation seminar was organised on July 9th 2004 by Europe 2020 in cooperation with the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with the support and participation of the State Secretary to European affairs Mr Carlos Costa Neves; it took place at the beautiful Cultural Centre of Belem ...

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EU-Latin America: Inter-regional investment dynamics

A new era in inter-regional investment dynamics and a new a priority for the 2007-2013 community support framework have been launched. After the implementation of the Plan Real in 1994, providing the needed macroeconomic stability to Brazilian government, the same trend is taking place in Europe. This economic recovery means ...

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France’s industrial policy after the Aventis-Sanofi merger

It took until the terrorist attacks in Madrid for French Prime Minsiter Raffarin to finally speak out on the battle for Aventis between French/German Sanofi and the Switzerland based Novartis. Raffarin said that in this age of terrorism France must make sure that it always has access to vaccines against ...

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New EU states – Extending democracy through the media

Ten years ago, young Romanian journalists training at the BBC School in Bucharest dismissed guidelines on the use of violent pictures in television news. The BBC guideline calls for more sensitivity, restraint on the amount of violent images that can be screened, particularly together in one bulletin. The BBC says ...

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What common EU policy towards Africa?

{When the European Communities were founded in 1957, the vast majority of the African continent was still part of the European colonial empires. This tells a lot on how ancient EU-African relations are.} Africa is indeed the only continent to be fully included since the origin with the concerns of ...

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Transatlantic Leadership facing Tomorrow’s Challenges

For three days, a hundred participants and speakers coming from throughout the USA and the European Union, and also from Middle East and Africa, have gathered into the superb location of Miami Children’s Museum in order to discuss four key topics (Atlantic Rim, Middle East 2020, International Education, Transatlantic Leadership) ...

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Make Your Vote Count

{{Governments and elections}} Imagine what a scandal would follow if a general election in any EU Member State led to the nomination of a Prime Minister from a party that clearly lost. Worse still, if the policy programme that the Prime Minister designate presented ignored the manifesto commitments of the ...

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