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The EU’s management machines no longer represent the reality of Europe’s increasingly vibrant, diverse, multi-ethnic, multi-religious and multi-racial societies.

As we gear up for 2019, Europe needs more talent and some colour

As the jostling for jobs and nominations gathers momentum ahead of next year’s change of guard at the European Union institutions, it’s time to start walking the talk on building a truly diverse and inclusive Europe

“The vote was one of anger, for some fear, for others hope, but above all, it showed that these feelings were no longer contained by traditional politics,” says Marco Damiliano, director of the weekly L’Espresso.

How did EU-founding member Italy go Eurosceptic?

All eyes are on Italy as the far-right League and rebellious Five Star Movement close in on power, ringing alarm bells in Brussels as the country inches towards becoming the first EU founding member to have a Eurosceptic government

Both leaders seemed cautiously optimistic about the progress of the negotiation on the issue that has effectively blocked Skopje’s efforts to join NATO and the EU.

EU socialists urges Tsipras and Zaev to show ‘leadership’ to curb nationalism

The President of the Party of European Socialists (PES), Sergei Stanishev, praised on Wednesday (16 May) the efforts by Athens and Skopje to resolve the long-standing name dispute and urged them to show “leadership” against nationalistic trends

Having become finance minister in Athens in late January 2015 for a coalition of ultra-left Syriza and right-wing Anel, Mr. Varoufakis turned against Greece’s official creditors and eventually worked semi-secretly on a plan to leave the euro.

Italy and the Yanis Varoufakis effect

Populists in power, like Five Stars and the Lega in Italy, can do serious damage. In the case of Italy, the key risks are long-term rather than immediate

According to the WEF, the main objective is to bring together regional heads of government and heads of international and local businesses in order to drive forward economic integration and transformation focusing on three key areas: deepening trade links, engaging a new generation of leaders and developing a digital ecosystem to enable the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

World Economic Forum: Western Balkans’ assets can help it control its destiny

The Western Balkans’ very strategic location and entrepreneurial labour force are some of the assets that could help the region take advantage of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and take its destiny in its own hands, Martina Larkin of the World Economic Forum told EURACTIV.com in an interview

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