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Elections 18-12-2019

Serbia will not rush to join the EU until it is truly ready

As Serbia heads into an election year, the rhetoric of political parties rise. In an exclusive op-ed for EURACTIV.com, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić says a fair election requires all parties to participate and present their vision in order to give people a real choice.
Elections 18-06-2019

Orban lost in the European wilderness

Despite securing a place among the very few European leaders with a landslide victory under their belt in the EU election, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán is not celebrating, write Balázs Jarábik and Dániel Bartha.
EU Elections 2019 23-05-2019

EU elections: Two parties try to inject hate into Danish politics

The heated debate over refugees, minorities and Islam has affected the upcoming elections in Denmark, writes Bashy Quraishy.
EU Elections 2019 23-05-2019

EU elections in Hungary: The Catch ‘19

Hungary is now caught in an anti-migration and xenophobic discourse as the society did not have the chance to learn or prepare enough, and now it seems almost impossible to change this situation, writes Marcell Lörincz.
EU Elections 2019 16-04-2019

EU elections revive Eurosceptic talks in Poland and Hungary

As we approach the EU elections, the Eurosceptic political rhetoric in Hungary and Poland is once again rising. This is hardly surprising, given the critical view the governing parties and their leaders, Viktor Orbán and Jaroslaw Kaczyński, share towards the EU...

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The end of 2020 is getting closer, and with it the need for a resolution on the future EU-UK relationship. What are the main dividing lines on the trade agreement between both sides of the Channel? EURACTIV's Benjamin Fox brings you the answers. bit.ly/2ZSSddD

OPINION | "Europe’s railways are due a resurgence thanks to a combination of increased climate and health awareness. But the rules governing train travel need serious review," writes Ursula Pachl of @beuc. bit.ly/2EcviBE

Ab dem morgigen Samstag gilt für Reiserückkehrer aus Risikogebieten eine Corona-Testpflicht. Verweigerern droht ein saftiges Bußgeld. eurac.tv/9RFV

In Teilen der Industrie stieg die Kurzarbeit, unter anderem, weil sie stark von der internationalen Nachfrage abhängig ist. Der Bund der Deutschen Industrie fordert nun neue Hilfen vom Staat. eurac.tv/9RFU

Investment in digital infrastructure and better coordination between data scientists and healthcare professionals can play a key role in the prevention of future pandemics, healthcare professionals have told EURACTIV. bit.ly/3hvqu8Q

The Swedish government announced train routes that will link the cities of Stockholm and Malmö with Hamburg and Brussels, in the latest indication that sleeper services are on the cusp of a renaissance in Europe. bit.ly/2XeiaSW

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