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South Korea, Japan and China forge closer ties in Trump era
Cooperation between Japan, China and South Korea is becoming increasingly important, experts said at Friends of Europe event on 22 February.
The worldwide impact of the life-saving discoveries has become palpable in recent decades, as the average life expectancy has risen.
The eyes of the world will soon be on the Brexit negotiations, amid widespread fears that they may end in a 'train crash'.
A group of experts from the public and private sectors looked at the challenges for affordable housing and potential solutions.
EYL40 alumna Jamila Aanzi writes on migrants' role in the upcoming Dutch elections.
Fragile states need private investment, but in order to attract investors, governments must create the right environment, our event report highlights.
Given the novelty of ‘disruptive innovation’, the European Commission asked its Expert Panel to assess the relevance of the idea.
The 2016 G-FINDER report, published by Policy Cures Research and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was launched 16 February.
As America reassesses its Asia policy, Europe must redefine its own relationship with the region.
Friends of Europe has created a factsheet highlighting the huge potential of tourism for driving sustainable development.
Friends of Europe and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will host the launch of the 2016 G-FINDER report in Brussels on 16 February.
Our Second Working Group on 4th Industrial Revolution met on 7 February to discuss transatlantic cooperation and Europe’s opportunities in 'Big Data' era.