Malte Ketelsen

Politics 19-07-2019

Tweets of the Week: von der Leyen gets confirmed, Brexit MEPs get fussy, Selmayr steps down

This week, nomination has MEPs at each others’ throats; though Von de Leyen’s speech in Parliament hits all the right notes; but she only squeezes by with a minuscule nine votes.
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Agrifood 17-07-2019

Share A Snack: Challenge your perceptions about savoury snacks!

The European Snacks Association (ESA) recently organised the 6th edition of its “Share A Snack” event on the crowded Place Luxembourg to raise awareness about savoury snacks products in a convivial atmosphere.
05-07-2019

Tweets of the Week: Late night council summit, top job nominees, MEPs back in session

This week, late night Council sets press pack a-jitter, Commission nominee doesn’t have Twitter, and Brexit MEPs seem a little bit bitter. This week we are supported by Animal Health EU
Central Asia 03-07-2019

Kazakhstan Agenda 2019

Following Kazakhstan's presidential elections on June 9th, EURACTIV convened a high level panel of EU and Kazakh dignitaries to discuss how the new President will steer the country's political agenda
Politics 28-06-2019

#Media4Democracy: ‘VP Democracy’ for Sound Platforms & Independent Media

Following the EU Elections, it will be clear if online platforms were used to influence the outcome. Newly elected MEPs will have the opportunity to review the future strategy for the media sector, ensuring its sustainability and support to democracy. They may wish to create a media intergroup.
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Agrifood 28-06-2019

Agriculture Atlas 2019

Facts and figures on EU farming policy.
EU Elections 2019 21-06-2019

Rutte: ‘I will never support stabilisation mechanisms at euro level’

In an exclusive interview with EURACTIV.com after the European Council, Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte, said on Friday (21 June) that he "will never support" new budgetary instruments to stabilise the euro area if an economic shock hits the region.
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Agrifood 18-06-2019

FoodDrinkEurope launches priorities for the EU institutions

FoodDrinkEurope is ready to step up to the plate!
Health 14-06-2019

Rui Pinto: hacker, criminal, or whistleblower?

Outraged by what Ana Gomes, an outgoing MEP with the Socialists & Democrats, says is Rui Pinto’s unjust detention, deep seated corruption in Portuguese public life and the European football industry, she has launched a campaign of support for Pinto.

Energy 13-06-2019

Transforming Europe’s Power System: How best to manage the system?

The liberalisation of power markets has led to substantial changes in the way electricity is generated and used. Transmission system operators need to anticipate uncoordinated flows and take measures to ensure the secure supply of energy.
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Global Europe 12-06-2019

How can Workers‘ Voice contribute to responsible sales of financial products?

The Global Framework Agreement between UniCredit and UNI Global Union, including a joint declaration on responsible sales of financial products, shows that Workers‘ Voice is an important vehicle to represent not only workers but also consumers interests.
CETA 12-06-2019

CETA Explained

It has been described as “the most ambitious” and progressive trade deal ever signed by the EU, but what does CETA do?
Central Asia 07-06-2019

Kazakh Elections 2019: Politics after Nazarbayev

On June 9th, Kazakh citizens will go to the polls. It's the first time since since Kazakhstan's independence from the Soviet Union that it's first president, and long-time leader, Nursultan Nazarbayev isn't on the ballot.
Britain barely afloat, Ibizagate, and the EU elections
EU Elections 2019 24-05-2019

Tweets of the Week: Britain barely afloat, Ibizagate, and the EU elections

After a week of turmoil Britain’s barely afloat, in Austria far-right opponents can gloat and it’s European Elections, so get out and vote!
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EU Elections 2019 20-05-2019

A city leaders agenda for Europe

It is a critical time for Europe ahead of the European elections. The success or failure of the European project will be decided in and by our cities’ ability to shape and implement policy locally.
Politics 17-05-2019

Tweets of the Week: Spitzenkandidaten debate, Robbins in Brussels, Vestager and Beer

Commission hopefuls fail to impress, Why Robbins is in Brussels is anyones guess, And thanks to Vestager fine, beer will cost less.
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Digital 15-05-2019

Information, Trust and Elections in the Digital Age

Online campaigns are as essential as town hall hustings for candidates, while malicious actors have been attempting to deploy cyber-attacks and disinformation to disrupt democratic processes in recent years.
Energy 10-05-2019

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with German Economic Minister Peter Altmaier

Germany's Economy and Energy Minister Peter Altmaier met with Claire Stam from EURACTIV Germany. Among other things, they discussed the 'New Silk Road', the battery alliance with France, climate change and power lines between northern and southern Germany.
Agrifood 15-04-2019

The Role of Bioeconomy in the CAP

The aim of bioeconomy is to have an innovative and low-emissions economy, bringing together demands for sustainable agriculture and fisheries, food safety, and the use of renewable biological resources for industry, while protecting biodiversity and the environment.
EU Elections 2019 12-04-2019

Over a Coffee with Jan Zahradil lead candidate for the ECR

With the European Elections just around the corner the ECR candidate lays out ECR's vision for the future of Europe as well as possible collaborations with Salvini and Orban.
Politics 12-04-2019

Tweets of the Week: Brexit delay, Good Friday and bad air qualit-ay

This week it's another Brexit delay, Good Friday, and bad air qualit-ay. This episode is sponsored by CEN and CENELEC.
Energy 11-04-2019

Transforming the energy system: How to finance a just transition?

Whilst the energy sector is key to the European economy, it also represents two thirds of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. It therefore plays a central role in the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Cybersecurity 26-03-2019

What role can cyber norms play in improving accountability in cyberspace?

In the digital world, the evidence of cyberattacks is often spread across technology providers, telecom operators, and victims. Furthermore, if it is a government behind the cyberattack then the challenge of proving their responsibility becomes all the more complex.
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Agrifood 22-03-2019

The future of farming is sustainable and connected

Agriculture is a difficult business involving a lot of different aspects such as the quality of the food, the environment and the economic situation of the farmers.

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