12-05-2017

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Road charging 31-03-2017

Austria to file legal challenge against German highway toll

Austria said on Friday (31 March) it would file a legal challenge against plans by Germany to introduce a road toll for foreign-registered cars using German highways.

31-03-2017

The Presidency: Europe’s social contract

After years of austerity, confidence in Europe's capacity to care for the weakest and most disadvantaged has come under close scrutiny. The Maltese Presidency pledges to lead by example advancing Europe social policy in close consultation with social partners, civil society and citizens.

31-03-2017

The Brief: Between ‘The Rock’ and a hard place

Spain and the rest of the EU-27 have stuck Brexit Britain between “The Rock” and a hard place.

Central Europe 31-03-2017

Topolánek: Europe shouldn’t follow German dreams

It's better to depend on Germany than on Russia. Still, if the future of European leadership is either Merkel or Schulz, it’s a choice between a bad and worse, Mirek Topolánek told EURACTIV Poland.

Railways 31-03-2017

The end of multimodal transport?

As the EU moves into the era of "smart mobility", Dan Wolff wonders whatever happened to the idea of multimodal transport. Just because road freight innovates faster than other transport modes doesn't mean policymakers should give up on multimodality, he argues.

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Digital 31-03-2017

Digital transformation in the global era: New skills for jobs and growth

As the pace of technology continues to advance, tech figures, app developers, education, industry and public policy leaders gathered in Brussels to find out how businesses can make the most of the mobile economy.

Economy & Jobs 31-03-2017

EIB vice-president: ‘Despite Brexit, Europe has much to celebrate’

Despite Brexit, the threat of populism and the hostile winds blowing from Washington, the European Union has "much to celebrate", the European Investment bank’s Vice-President Román Escolano said in an interview with EuroEFE.

Armenia 31-03-2017

The modern Armenia must leave nobody behind

Armenia has come a long way since regaining its independence in 1991. Years of steady growth following the collapse of the Soviet Union have significantly raised the living standards of Armenians, writes Gagik Tsarukyan.

31-03-2017

Trans-Europe Express: England’s dreaming

“EU policy at work.” Superimposed over a photograph of a hardhat-wearing worker sitting on the pavement, a begging cup placed in the foreground, the message could not be any clearer.

Future EU 31-03-2017

On Sundays, Germans in Ode to Joy for Europe

Fed up with Eurosceptics hogging the headlines and political debate, a growing number of Germans are going on the march to express their fervour for the European Union.

Brexit 31-03-2017

Security is risky card for Britain in Brexit talks, analysts say

From sharing intelligence after terror attacks to pursuing cross-border criminals, security is a potential bargaining chip for Britain in the Brexit negotiations – but one that must be played carefully, analysts say.

Economy & Jobs 31-03-2017

Media and entertainment businesses appeals to G7 for copyright protection

An association of media and entertainment businesses including the BBC Worldwide, Mediaset, Canal+, Bundesliga and UEFA, has made an appeal to G7 culture ministers to take decisive action against internet piracy, which they say represents a risk to their future growth.

Enlargement 31-03-2017

Kosovo’s president bows to pressure on his army plan

Kosovo's President Hashim Thaçi on Thursday (30 March) gave up on his plans for a rapid transformation of the nation's defence force into an army, ceding to strong opposition from Western allies.

Brexit 31-03-2017

Gabriel: No ‘UK rebate’ in Brexit talks

Britain should not expect a "UK rebate" from the EU in talks over its exit from the bloc, Germany's foreign minister said on Thursday (30 March), in reference to a budget discount won by then-PM Margaret Thatcher.

Elections 31-03-2017

Russian ‘propaganda on steroids’ aimed at 2016 US election: Lawmaker

Russia mounted a campaign of "propaganda on steroids" seeking to influence the 2016 US presidential election, the top Democrat on the US Senate Intelligence Committee said yesterday (30 March), listing several areas of concern about possible links to Republican Donald Trump's campaign.


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