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1 day ago
Over a dozen EU states are demanding "out of the box" ideas to curtail migrant arrivals, in a letter sent to the European Commission — just 48 hours after the Council voted through the EU's asylum overhaul laws.
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10 hours ago
The new Dutch government coalition has rattled Renew Europe, the liberal group, which has vowed to exclude the far-right. But conservative liberals have repeatedly cooperated with the far-right, illustrating European liberals' divide.
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11 hours ago
The shots in Slovakia are a dire warning to Europe and beyond that political competition based on conflict is a dangerous game to play. Politicians might think that they can control it — but the multiplying effect of social media is a wildcard that can easily lead to a wildfire of violence burning through a continent.  
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Annual meeting of the foreign ministers of the Council of Europe

Telecommunication Council

EU-Moldova Association Council

General Affairs Council

Bruegel-FT electoral debate

Election debate in the EU Parliament

Competitiveness Council (space)

G7 finance meeting

Competitiveness Council (internal market)

G7 finance meeting

EU elections

EU elections

EU elections

EU elections

Ukraine peace summit

Ukraine peace summit

EU leaders informal dinner

European Council

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The obstacles facing young mothers running to be MEPs

2 days ago
Whereas for men, having a family can be a political advantage, for women it can seem yet another barrier to achieving their political goals.
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Russia Underground – our new podcast mini-series on civil society in Russia

3 days ago
Russia Underground spotlights those inside Russia who oppose the war in Ukraine and resist the regime – despite the ever-growing risks.
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How Bolt watered down the Platform Work Directive

2 days ago
An investigation by EUobserver into several documents, a series of emails and phone call records reveals the influence of Estonia-headquartered Bolt in many key sections of the Platform Work Directive
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