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Politics 17-09-2018

Running the rule over Article 7

It is the strongest punitive measure the EU has against its member states: Article 7. Since disciplinary measures were triggered against Poland for the first time in late 2017, the punitive Article 7 procedure has gained in notoriety.
Tweets of the Week, Episode 12
Brexit 21-07-2017

Tweets of the Week: Brexit negotiations, rule of law, and Belgian fries

Brexit talks are underway, rule of law goes astray, but Belgian fries are here to stay.
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Energy 18-03-2015

Nuclear energy key resource for Poland, Westinghouse official says

The biggest single market for nuclear energy in Eastern Europe is Poland, says Mike Kirst, Vice President for Strategy and External Relations for Europe at the Westinghouse Electric Company.
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Brexit 21-10-2014

Farage’s eurosceptic group saved by Polish MEP

Nigel Farage's Eurosceptic group in the European Parliament reformed on Tuesday after the arrival of Polish MEP Robert Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz.
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Health 23-09-2014

Crazy Polish Communist-Inspired Design

Learn more at: http://bruksela.lodzkie.pl/bruksela-en
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03-09-2014

Tusk after his appointment as EU Council President: “I am really moved”

EU leaders elected Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk on Saturday to replace Herman Van Rompuy as the next President of the European Council.
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Digital 20-08-2014

Amplifying the voice of the European internet industry

Chris Sherwood, Head of Public Policy at the Allegro Group talks about the partnership between Allegro and EURACTIV:
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Enlargement 30-04-2014

Barroso on EU enlargement anniversary: “Europe is stronger, richer and safer”

Europe will celebrate on Thursday the 10th anniversary of the most extensive EU enlargement ever. Ten years ago, on 1 May 2004, ten countries joined the EU: Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovenia, Cyprus and Malta.