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I say Europe, you say…?Peace. Prosperity. Opportunity.Commission Vice President Katainen’s question to you was: “What do you think are the three most important themes for the future development of the European Union?”We need stronger action to protect the rule of law. There are fundamental values in our treaties that some Member States often find convenient to ignore.Second, we need to focus more on...

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.

The mass influx of refugees and migrants into the EU since August 2015 has raised questions about the EU’s responsibility to give protection to people fleeing conflicts and poverty. The EU’s common asylum system is rooted in international legal obligations, including the Refugee Convention of 1951.