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FRANKLY SPEAKING | Europe must remain a safe place for Muslim reformers
As the extremists gain traction, the welcome for Muslims will wear even thinner in Europe.
The wave of popular anger washing over Europe has claimed yet another victim.
Criminal justice authorities need to be able to secure electronic evidence to protect society and individuals against crime online.
Britain’s vote to leave the EU sent shockwaves around the world, and nowhere more so than in the UK’s external trade relations.
The 4th Industrial Revolution is only one part of that much bigger story.
The digital single market is full of potential for Europe, but putting it in place requires painstaking work on EU regulation and laws.
This paper analyses the latest political developments, sets out a series of scenarios for Scotland, and lays out recommendations.
The process is really about the comfortable accommodations between party managers that exist inside the Parliament.
Risks to global health are growing, increasing the need for urgent, coordinated, top-level political action.
The time is right to move towards action in the relationship between the EU and ASEAN.
The official launch of the World Energy Outlook report, by the IEA.
To survive and flourish, the EU must become more directly relevant to the people of Europe – and there is a way to do it.