Politics

03-04-2020

Tweets of the Week: Hungary, EU Aid, D.I.Y. Art

Orban’s audacity is right off the chart; an EU support scheme will everyone take part?; and a bored lockdown world makes its own art.
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Agrifood 03-04-2020

Probiotics needs in the European market

The majority of consumers already know what probiotics are and they are actively looking for it, but they can find only the products from outside Europe that are offered on e-commerce
27-03-2020

Tweets of the Week: Teleworking MEPs, Quarantine, EU Actions

MEPs cast their first remote vote; singing policemen sound the right note; and EU politics more or less stays afloat. 
13-03-2020

Tweets of the Week: Home working, hand washing, and cancelled flights

EU leaders work from home, remember, wash your hands with loads of foam, and Trump clamps down on desire to roam. Welcome to Euractiv’s EU Tweets of the Week, this week it’s a Corona special, we’re hoping it goes viral!...
10-03-2020

Cosmocracy: European political parties at the forefront of global governance evolution?

The increasing failure of multilateralism to provide global solutions to global problems is alarming. Could the European political parties play a role in strengthening international rule-making? European political families have been the drivers of European integration for the past 60...
06-03-2020

Tweets of the Week: EU Corona Case, Greta Thunberg, Greek Border

Member states struggle to contain coronavirus disease, in Brussels, Greta Thunberg lectures MEPs, and new migration crisis causes unease.
05-03-2020

This is the ‘Decade of Delivery’ for Sexual and Reproductive Health, says UN’s Kanem

The Executive Director of  the United Nations Population Fund on advancing the UN-EU ‘Spotlight Initiative’ - a global, multi-year programme to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls.
28-02-2020

Tweets of the Week: Coronavirus, Brexit Mandates, Carnival Distaste

Coronavirus lockdown causes pasta distress, what happens next in Brexit is anyone’s guess and a carnival in Flanders fails to impress.
21-02-2020

Tweets of the Week: Brexit Slide Wars, Digital Strategy, Budget Council

Number 10 claims Barnier’s a real jerk, digital strategy raises a wry smirk and leaders work on multiannual financial framework.
14-02-2020

Tweets of the Week: VLD vs Boris, Coronavirus, and Irish elections

Welcome to Euractiv’s EU Tweets of the Week VDL issues Boris an Ozzie correction, efforts continue to stop coronavirus infection and Irish give tight result in general election. This episode is supported by ACI Europe, find out more about them...

The drained lake in Bulgaria – and the money siphoned away

How was it possible that the water from Bulgaria’s Studena Dam disappeared, creating a humanitarian crisis for more than 100,000 people in the city of Pernik?
07-02-2020

Tweets of the Week: Orban, The Hulk, and the EU Cancer Plan

Welcome to Euractiv’s EU Tweets of the Week. Not expelling Fidez leaves some members cryin’, tackling climate change, well the Hulk is sure tryin’, and EUCancerPlan is launched by President von der Leyen. This episode is sponsored by ePURE, the...
Global Europe 31-01-2020

Why does everybody want to divide the EU, asks Sassoli. And he provides the answer

Speaking in the European Parliament on 31 January, hours before the UK leaves the European Union, Parliament President David Sassoli asked a question which he said was fundamental during the last three years: “Why does everybody want to divide the EU”.
Brexit 31-01-2020

‘This is the point of no return’: British MEPs bid farewell to the EU

After 47 years of membership, the UK will leave the EU on 31 January. EURACTIV interviewed British MEPs Nathan Gill (Brexit Party) and Caroline Voaden (Liberal Democrats) before they leave their seats at the European Parliament to know about their...
31-01-2020

Tweets of the Week: UK Farewell Special

Today, we’re spending Brexit 50ps, the Brits turn and flee, and we’re serenaded by MEPs.

The ‘Lake monster’ that drank the water of a dam in Bulgaria

Where did the water from Bulgaria's Studena Dam disappear, creating a humanitarian crisis for more than 100,000 people in the city of Pernik? Following the first part of Valya Ahchieva's investigation, the Minister of environment and water Neno Dimov was arrested.
24-01-2020

Tweets of the Week: Night Trains, Davos, Macron in Jerusalem

Brussels gets worked up over a brand new train, too many jets at Davos the Twitterati complain, and in Jerusalem Macron puts security under strain.
Brexit 23-01-2020

UK is facing ‘900,000 people individual cliff-edges’

Professor Tanja Bueltmann tells EURACTIV that the UK government is sleep-walking towards a major scandal unless it makes changes to its Settled Status scheme for EU nationals living in the UK.
17-01-2020

Tweets of the Week: Strasbourg, Northern Ireland, Big Ben

Brit MEPs will be missed in Strasbourg when they’re finally all gone, Northern Ireland executive finally sorts out what went wrong, and Brexit Britain won’t be happy if Big Ben doesn’t bong.
Digital 15-01-2020

Storytelling and Multilingualism at Netflix

Netflix's Diego Avalos discusses the importance of original storytelling as part of Netflix's creative output, how the company identifies the stories at the heart of its production, and multilingualism in the age of mass online media
10-01-2020

Tweets of the Week: Iran Responses, VDL in London, Megxit

Soleimani airstrike causes international strain, VDL heads to London by taking a plane, and Harry and Meghan decide being Royal’s a pain.  
20-12-2019

Tweets of the Week: Christmas Special

EURACTIV's EU Tweets of the Year!
Cybersecurity 13-12-2019

Cybersecurity: What does it mean to EU citizens?

Cybersecurity represents one of the greatest challenges that companies, individuals, national governments and supranational organisations currently face. The technological devices that citizens use daily could be at risk of potential cyber-threats due to insufficient built-in security safeguards.
13-12-2019

Tweets of the Week: Climate Actions, Macron Turtleneck and UK Election

Climate activists set out their goals, Macron’s jumper amuses style trolls, and the great British public goes to the polls.

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