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That is the question posed by the recently-launched redesigned website of EurActiv, my current very dear employers as you can surmise from the “published work” section. I invite my readers, especially non-Brussels bubble inhabitants, to comment on attractiveness, ease of use, … Continue reading
“Crooks in the Euro-family,” said Focus, “Our debt, you may take it,” replied My Country. Greece’s image has been suffering as of late. Just in the past ten days, Reporters without Borders ranked Greece the EU country with the least press … Continue reading
Very ironic, funny post by Nosemonkey on his winning the European Parliament’s prize for internet journalism. The 5000 euro prize-winning post praised for its “extraordinary research work” was on the percentage of all legislation coming from the EU.
Former French Minister of the Budget and of European affairs Alain Lamassoure has an interview on Euractiv.fr which has a lot of insights into European political life and indeed the lives of politicians in general. I would nuance the notion … Continue reading