Europe

Will the European Parliament End Lobbying Secrecy?

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asks Olivier Hoedeman

Kosovo and International Law

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A statement by the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law Senate and Students

EU: "Border Security" – Proposed Legislation "Violates Privacy and Rule of Law", says Left MEP

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"The Frattini package on a comprehensive vision for an integrated European border management system, presented today by the European Commission, represents a further violation of citizens'

Kosovo: Secession

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Peace group TFF's homepage has what it describes as “a few selected quality analyses by people who all have between 10 and 50 years of personal experience o

Major Irish Trade Union to Campaign for a No vote

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One of Ireland's largest trade union has confirmed that it is to campaign for a 'No' vote in the coming Lisbon Treaty referendum.

New website will monitor EU Justice and Home Affairs policy

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UK-based magazine Statewatch is launching a new website to provide comprehensive information about EU Justice and Home Aff

Norway: Opposition to EU membership at record high

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A new public opinion poll indicates that more Norwegians than ever are opposed to joining the European Union.

European postal services open to competition by 2011

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Europe's postal services are to be opened up to full competition by 2011 under plans adopted by the European Parliament on Thursday.

European Pollution Relocated?

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Climate-Change Plan : The European Commission wants to cut greenhouse-gas emissions in Europe by exporting them.

British transport workers' leader demolishes myth of EU “right to strike”

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Four UK Labour MEPs state, in a letter to the Times that “the Charter of Fundamental Rights will not incre

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