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  • 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…

  • State of the Energy Union – the Starting Shot to the Year of Delivery

    “We have successfully decoupled growth from emissions, but 2016 will be the Energy Union Year of Delivery”, was one of the key messages of Vice President Šefčovič in his presentation of the first ever State of the Energy Union. From the volume and breadth of information published it is clear that the Commission means business…

  • FTI WIN@COMP

      Last Wednesday evening FTI Consulting’s strategic communications competition team had the pleasure of hosting a networking cheese and wine evening in Brussels. Women professionals in the field of competition from different backgrounds, including law firms, the European institutions and in-house specialists, joined us at the first of a series of FTI WIN@COMP events. The room…

  • Are Member States up for their fiscal revolution?

    “At the heart of every major political upheaval lies a fiscal revolution,” said Thomas Piketty in his groundbreaking Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Indeed, the Ancien Régime was eradicated in France by abolishing fiscal privileges of the social elites and led to the establishment of a much-needed modern system of taxation. Today, the rules for…

  • Dutch EU Presidency: The stars aligned?

    The upcoming Dutch Council Presidency in the first half of 2016 will handle many important dossiers, ranging from the Circular Economy, to the reform of the Emission Trading System, the Copyright Directive, the Capital Markets Union and many more. In addition the Dutch are taking the helm of the Council while the EU faces tough…

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