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  • At last enhanced data sharing in Europe

    As the dust settles after the Brussels attacks, it seems that Europe may at last be stirring itself into some sort of coordinated counter-terrorism cooperation, especially in terms of data sharing. While previous terrorist attacks produced noble sentiments and noises of solidarity, they prompted little meaningful in terms of a coordinated approach. Madrid (2004), London…

  • Corporate Reputation takes center stage at ReputationTime 2016 – What we learned from transformers

    The ReputationTime conference took place in Paris on 11 March dedicated to the ‘Transformers’: individuals, activists, nongovernmental associations but also outstanding companies who are conscious about the meaning of their actions and get inspired by the expectations of the communities surrounding them. They manage to have an impact on society and make change happen. The…

  • Media Matters – The Role of Media in European Competition Cases

    DG Competition is the executive arm of the European Commission responsible for overseeing mergers, cartels and State Aid within the EU, the world’s largest single trading bloc. This makes its Commissioner one of the few in Brussels who has real power across the Union and at Member State level. Its current incumbent, Margrethe Vestager, has…

  • Super Sunday Elections in Germany

    A political earthquake was predicted ahead of voting day in Germany, where regional elections were held in three of the 16 states. Now the dust has settled, and what’s become clear is that nothing much has changed: in all three states, the acting prime ministers are confirmed in office. In this snapshot Martin Kothé, head…

  • Regional elections in Germany

    You don’t say. What’s that got to do with the price of tea in China? Dramatic headlines like “Germany votes in crucial state poll test for Angela Merkel”, “Will Germany’s regional elections be the beginning of the end” and ”State elections in Germany, Merkel’s doomsday is approaching” hadn’t failed to create some national and even…

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