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At the Marrakesh Summit held on June 11-12, coastal countries confirmed their commitment to combat overfishing in the Mediterranean, the most overfished sea in the world. The new fishery management plan, recently approved by the EU, marked a further...
Data shows that in the recent election campaign political parties spent millions of euro on targeted advertising on Facebook. The platform has almost completely replaced meetings and personal contact between candidates and voters. ...
The race to replace British...
A research team analysed with extraordinary thoroughness who voted against deepening integration in the European Union and why. The results of more than 63,000 polling stations were examined by looking at the latest national election results and data. ...
In Belgium, there are no less than five local elections stealing thunder from the European elections. No surprise, then, if Belgians are paying little attention this time round. ...
EU-scepticism or outright hatred of the EU has become a predominantly right-wing phenomenon. The big question is whether the Danes’ immense support for the EU will translate into action on the 26th of May. ...
The upcoming European elections may return a smaller contingent of far-right deputies than feared. Eastern Europeans have become a Trojan horse in Europe. The forecasted single Estonian MEP from the extreme right should serve as a reminder of this...
According to polls, the issues engaging Swedish voters most are climate change, migration and right-wing populism. A familiar European, if not global, landscape. After the longest and...
Many Dutch citizens look at the EU as if they are, like the British, complete outsiders. In this political context, the government goes about its business in Brussels, without spilling too many words about it at home for fear...
In the 2014 European elections, only 42.5 percent of people eligible to vote participated. From the economy to migration, by way of defence and climate change, European questions are now central to the public debate. While this might lead...

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