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Europe's East 19-01-2016

Ukraine’s state reform is a vital national security interest

Ukraine today is very different from what it was two years ago, before the Revolution of Dignity, not only because of the illegal occupation of the Crimea, and parts of the Donbass, writes Kálmán Mizsei.
Global Europe 09-04-2012

Imminent UN reform will force European re-think

Reform of the United Nations is “around the corner” and will force Europe to accept less influence on the Security Council there – senior diplomats within the institution have told EURACTIV.
Public Affairs 01-04-2010

British think-tank says EU rules cost too much

Complying with European Union rules cost each British household £4,912 (€5,537) over the past 11 years though it fell last year as a proportion of total regulation costs, a study showed this week (30 March).
Public Affairs 20-02-2007

Ministers reject mandatory cuts in national bureaucracy

The competitiveness council backed a Commission proposal on 18 February 2007 to slash administrative burdens in existing EU regulations by 25% over five years, but refused to set a similar target at national level.
Public Affairs 19-02-2007

Commission advisers’ names to be disclosed

An industry lobbyist who advised Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs, former MEP Rolf Linkohr, has been sacked for failing to clarify there was no conflict of interest between his advisory role, being head of a Brussels-based consultancy and on the board of two power companies. 

Workers’ mobility obstacles remain across Europe

A Lille conference takes stock of employment issues in 2006.

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