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Economy & Jobs 02-03-2017

(Re)defining Europe necessary to navigate stormy seas of globalisation

In a globalised world, social rights offer a chance to build a fairer world. The upcoming reflection on the future of Europe is a unique opportunity to address these issues, write Claire Courteille-Mulder and Olivier De Schutter.

Trade & Society 03-02-2017

French Socialists demand deeper debate on CETA

Two weeks before the crucial vote on the EU’s free trade deal with Canada (CETA), French Socialist MEPs have called on their European Parliament colleagues to hold a deep debate on the subject. EURACTIV France reports.

Future EU 02-02-2017

Muscat: Rebutting Trump should not turn into anti-Americanism

EXCLUSIVE / Donald Trump is offering Europe the opportunity to gain the leadership role that it has always craved, but EU leaders should be vigilant not to fall into the anti-Americanism trap, Malta's premier told EURACTIV.com in a wide-ranging interview on internal and global challenges, outlining a vision for the future of Europe.

Future EU 23-01-2017

Davos admits to globalisation’s failures, falls short of solutions

The World Economic Forum concluded its four-day gathering by calling for more inclusive growth to face growing populism and the backlash against globalisation

Global Europe 20-01-2017

World Economic Forum: Full coverage from Davos

Between 17 and 20 January, the Swiss mountain village of Davos hosted the World Economic Forum. After a hugely tumultuous year,  EURACTIV.com was on-site to provide all the latest developments.

Trade & Society 20-01-2017

Davos: Industry and political leaders split over Trump earthquake

On the day of the inauguration of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, bearish business leaders gathered in Davos were ready to jump on the bandwagon of the new era, but the political elites remain unimpressed and fear growing populism and protectionism.

Global Europe 19-01-2017

Europeans and Uncle Trump: A risk and an opportunity

Donald Trump's inauguration as US president is a geopolitical event that entails risks whose causes and consequences Europeans need to analyse if they are to turn that event into an opportunity for our Union, warn Enrico Letta, Yves Bertoncini and members of the Jacques Delors Institute board of directors.

Future EU 17-01-2017

Trump advisor: ‘EU bureaucrats have to pay more attention to the working class’

Anthony Scaramucci tried to soothe concerns triggered by Donald Trump, on Monday (16 December), as the US president-elect outlined his foreign policy agenda to British and German newspapers.

Global Europe 12-01-2017

WEF chief: Globalisation ‘easy scapegoat’ for global angst

The man behind the annual Davos forum that for decades has been singing the praises of global trade insists that globalisation is only one factor in dramatic shifts provoking angst and anger.

Global Europe 10-01-2017

Europe’s top brass to skip Davos as China takes up globalisation torch

Few leaders from Europe's largest countries and EU institutions will attend the elite gathering in Davos next week (17-20 January), despite the fact that the threat of populism is expected to be high on the agenda.

Euro & Finance 09-12-2016

Cooperatives advocate: Regional economies are the future

What can answer the challenges posed by the financial crisis, Brexit and Donald Trump? Head of the Raiffeisen Society Werner Böhnke told EURACTIV's partner WirtschaftsWoche that the solution could be provided by cooperatives.

Former EESC president: ‘We need an EU president’

Former President of the European Economic and Social Committe (EESC) Henri Malosse explained to EURACTIV's partner treffpunkteuropa why he thinks the EU needs an elected president and why neoliberalism and globalisation have fuelled populism.

Global Europe 01-12-2016

A turning point for EU relations with Latin America

Europe must strengthen its ties with Latin America to promote democracy, social progress and equality in the age of globalisation, write Ramón Jáuregui and Carlos Zorrinho.

Marine Le Pen
Elections 28-11-2016

Can conservative Fillon keep France’s far-right at bay?

Francois Fillon, having clinched the presidential nomination for the right-wing Republicains party, will now join a far bigger battle for the future of France, the European Union and mainstream politics in the West.

Global Europe 23-11-2016

New UN chief blames politicians for ignoring ‘losers of globalisation’

The incoming head of the United Nations António Guterres warned yesterday (22 November) that "losers of globalisation" in rich countries have felt ignored by establishment politicians, prompting them to turn to nationalist agendas, as in the US election and Brexit referendum.

Future EU 21-11-2016

Ex-Die Welt publisher: ‘Europe is complicated, but worth explaining’

European Union efforts to explain its raison d'être to citizens are hamstrung by the incapacity of its institutions to be open and flexible, German journalist Thomas Schmid told EURACTIV Poland.

Euro & Finance 17-11-2016

It’s time to focus on growth

The most divisive US election in modern history and the uncertainty that it created across the world is over. Now, leaders should turn to the challenge of securing sustainable economic growth, writes William R. Rhodes.

Global Europe 14-11-2016

How should Europe respond to calls for deglobalisation?

The last wave “hyperglobalisation” concluded with the onset of the financial crisis. It is important to take stock of the fruits of globalisation and decide whether Europe should welcome or alternately promote a new policy, writes Karl Aiginger.

Global Europe 14-10-2016

Who fears the wolf of globalisation?

Trade unions and companies are more closely aligned against the harmful competition stemming from emerging economies’ low salaries and working conditions than ever before. But the EU's export of jobs is harming itself and the global economy, write Ernest Maragall and Jordi Angusto.

Agrifood 29-09-2016

Spain reflects back on 30 years of CAP highs and lows

Representatives from the agricultural sector, food industry and the Spanish government have gathered to discuss the pros and cons of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), as Spain celebrates 30 years of EU membership. EURACTIV Spain reports.

Future EU 14-09-2016

EU-27, still strong together

As Europe begins to think in earnest about life after the UK, the future of the EU remains very much obscured. In the week leading up to the Bratislava summit, a number of think tanks have outlined what they think the historic meeting will bring, continuing with Yves Bertoncini.

UK & Europe 13-09-2016

Bratislava: Beginning of the battle for the ‘anxious middle’

As Europe begins to think in earnest about life after the UK, the future of the EU remains very much obscured. In the week leading up to the Bratislava summit, a number of think tanks have outlined what they think the historic meeting will bring, continuing with Brigid Laffan.

Future EU 12-09-2016

Will Europe’s year debut be a success?

As Europe begins to think in earnest about life after the UK, the future of the EU remains very much obscured. In the week leading up to the Bratislava summit, a number of think tanks have outlined what they think the historic meeting will bring, starting with Jean-Dominique Giuliani.

UK & Europe 13-07-2016

Brexit would disrupt trade more than previously feared

Previous analyses of the cost of Brexit on the UK economy have probably underestimated the trade disruptive impact because the trade-reducing effect of a squeeze on migration has been overlooked, write Andreas Hatzigeorgiouand Magnus Lodefalk.