Editorial

The New EU Political Composition

How has the EU’s political puzzle changed after the recent elections? Which policies tend or will tend to be more affected? In which direction? And by which new or old actors? If you are looking for these answers, read this NEU issue.

Economy

Economic challenges for the new European Commission’s mandate

The latest European elections for the EU Parliament occurred between May 23 and 26 measuring the historic turnout of the European electorate body. The composition of the EU Parliament has never been so diverse as of the outcomes in its 2019 elections! With the 179 (EPP) and 153 seats (S&D), ALDE was placed as the […]

Energy

A joint call to end the climate breakdown

The environmental issue is more and more becoming a social issue, given the implications for the poorest and the least representated people. Recently, Pope Francis has declared a global “climate emergency”, warning of the dangers of global heating and that a failure to act urgently to reduce greenhouse gases would be “a brutal act of […]

External Relations

Getting to know Romania

Getting to know Romania. What can we expect for the future of the EU foreign policy? A brief discussion with Francesco Magno, PhD student from Trento University, living in Bucharest. Romania is a member of the European Union since January 2007, and it has just taken over the presidency of the EU Council. Its particular […]

Employment and Social Affairs

EU funding opportunities

The Worth Partnership Project: Third Call Open!

The WORTH Partnership Project fosters connection opportunities for designers, crafters, SMEs and tech firms supported by EASME to encourage partnerships from fashion and lifestyle industries to: Enhance competitiveness Integrate creativity, design and innovative technologies in SMEs Foster new, innovative products developed in collaboration between designers and manufacturers or technology companies. Sectoral and geographical coverage encompasses […]

Migrations

Elections and migration

The European elections of May 26th were the first step of a journey that will lead to the renewal of all the main political offices within the EU. It starts with the election of the new president of the European Parliament, who will replace the Italian Antonio Tajani, and will continue with the choice of […]

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