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‘It would have been easy if it had been a clean break’, stated Gunnar Hökmark MEP (Moderaterna, EPP), opening the discussion.

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With economic growth not expected to exceed 1.6% up to 2017, a debt to GDP ratio predicted to peak at 106% in 2016, coupled with established labour market challenges, t

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Professor Lars Jonung warning Sweden's current economic momentum is unsustainable

 

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A remarkable degree of consensus has emerged in the “Brussels Bubble” regarding the recent Commission decision against

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In 2015 the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies once again showed itself to be a mature organisation with an established position on the E

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Most analyses of the Brexit vote agree that immigration played a major role in the outcome of the referendum.

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‘Europe has never been so prosperous, so secure nor so free.’ Even if they still partly ring true today, the first words

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The result of the UK’s EU referendum has provided impetus for European political parties to rethink their communicatio

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Most, if not all, economic transactions are digitized to some degree.

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Ireland (that is the Republic of Ireland) is a small open economy that attracts investment and trades with countries f

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