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I say Europe, you say…?Values.In our last interview, MEP David Mc Allister’s question to you was: “Where do you see the European Union in 20 years?” With citizens who have a strong European identity and who are defending our values both inside and outside of the Union.What was the most interesting myth about the EU you needed to bust in your career?In the early 90s, the British Royal Family...

“People tend to forget that it is not just about pro-bono work in the European neighborhood; it is also our own interests that are at stake there.” This point, made by Martens Centre Executive Tomi Huhtanen, kicked off a debate organised in Brussels on 31 January 2017 on the strategic rethink of the European Neighbourhood Policy

Declining election turnouts and popular disillusionment with politics show that our political systems are being put to a test. Citizens are turning away from traditional political involvement (voting, party membership, contacting a local politician) and turning towards other forms of political participation (sig

I say Europe, you say…? 
 
Peace. 
 
What was your first job? 
 
Serving in the German Army (Bundeswehr) for two years. 
 

‘Since the start of my academic career, I have never had a student critical of international trade. Only until recently has this positive opinion changed,’ stated Anu Bradford, Professor of Law and International Organization at Columbia University.

Technology is transforming the world around us at a growing pace. It affects the way we live, the way we study, the way we trade, the way we communicate. And it can be disruptive.

For Russia, business and state are indistinguishable.