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Senator Warren, who has put mega-taxing billionaires at the centre of her candidacy, welcomed Mr. Bloomberg to the race this way: ‘He doesn’t need people. He only needs bags and bags of money’.

Tycoon Michael Bloomberg for US President?

Michael Bloomberg joined the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination

With 70 years on the clock, NATO will last the longest of all international alliances. "Discussion makes sense," says NATO boss Jens Stoltenberg.

NATO: brain dead or alive and kicking?

President Donald Trump abruptly canceled a planned news conference on the sidelines of the NATO meeting last Wednesday, after tensed exchanges with other world leaders

Just as France and Turkey have different perceptions about the terrorist threats facing their countries, other alliance members, such as Poland and the Baltic States—and Germany—see Russia as the major threat.

The Three Unresolved Issues of NATO

NATO leaders have fundamentally different views about terrorism, Russia, and European security. Dealing with these challenges will determine the alliance’s future direction

‘the Power of Siberia’. It is the largest gas project in history and symbolic of Moscow’s diplomatic pivot towards Beijing at a time of worsening relations with the EU for both countries.

‘The Times They Are a-changin’

With apologies to Bob Dylan for using his already so often (mis)used words: ‘The Times They Are a- changin’

The majority of Central Asian elites share many common views about the EU.

The EU’s Incomplete Strategy for Central Asia

The EU will need to increase its visibility in Central Asia if it wants to have influence in a region facing immense challenges from China and India, but also from Afghanistan and threats of terrorism

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China’s new rules will almost certainly result in foreign companies losing trade secret protection around the world.

Analyses

China Adopts Malicious "Cybersecurity" Rules

Monday, December 2, 2019

On January 1, China’s Cryptography Law becomes effective

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“I am bringing an indictment on public corruption against the prime minister in three cases. It is sad for me personally and for the country.”

World

Does indictment of Netanyahu mean going to jail or remaining Prime Minister of Israel?

Friday, November 29, 2019

Benjamin Netanyahu must answer for a court of law in three corruption cases. The highest prosecutor in the country determined that last week

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With the exception of France, the EU has been slow to react to the trade war between United States and China and to the weakening of the rules-based international order.

Europe

The case for an enhanced EU-India cooperation

Friday, November 29, 2019

The European Union is at a strategic crossroads. After the confirmation in the European Parliament, the next European Commission will have to change gears and refuse to be consumed by small stakes

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The warming has triggered large-scale insect disturbances and fires in North American boreal forests "potentially turning some regions from a carbon sink to a carbon source".

World

Climate crisis pushing Earth to a ’global tipping point,’ researchers say

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The Earth is heading toward a "global tipping point" if the climate crisis continues on its current path, scientists have warned, as they called for urgent action to avoid "an existential threat to civilization."

GO will use the EIB loan to roll out its Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network to cover more than 70,000 additional households.

Europe

First Juncker Plan project in Malta brings broadband to 70,000 homes

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and GO p.l.c. (GO) have signed a €28 million loan to finance GO’s investments in telecommunication infrastructure

“While the web has created opportunity, given marginalized groups a voice, and made our daily lives easier, it has also created opportunity for scammers, given a voice to those who spread hatred and made all kinds of crimes easier to commit,” says Berners-Lee.

Analyses

How the inventor of the internet plans to make it safe and accessible for everyone

Thursday, November 28, 2019

When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web in 1989, he envisioned it as an information management system for CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, where he was working at the time

The creation of the African Continental Free Trade Area offers a particularly interesting counterpart with which to explore deeper economic integration over time.

World

Seven lessons for Europe’s China policy

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The EU must learn to see its peculiarities as strengths rather than weaknesses

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Today, 10% of our GDP is estimated to depend on the proper functioning of space infrastructures and the data they generate back to earth.

Europe

Space traffic management – the next challenge for Europe’s leadership in space

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The EU needs to show leadership on space traffic management to ensure that it protects its increasingly important space infrastructure, writes MEP Marian Jean Marinescu

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One of the biggest challenges and opportunities for research and talent-heavy start-ups is to formulate a strategy that will help the company reach the maturity stage.

Business

A Start-up’s Evolution from AI Lab to AI Business

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

For Preferred Networks, building tech for self-driving cars and smart factories is the daily routine. One of its biggest opportunities is to devise a business model that complements its technology

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«Trump started insulting and humiliating America’s warriors even while still a candidate. The obvious goal was to probe the military personnel’s reaction.»

World

After Gallagher: The Pentagon Faces a Big Purge

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Trump clearly wants to set enlisted men against their commanders. He wants them loyal not to the Constitution, but to himself personally

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UNEP’s executive-director Inger Andersen urged Washington to reconsider. “So, the bottom line here is, stick, stay at the table, negotiate, engage and ensure that we, together, can move forward on climate action.”

Analyses

Global warming emissions hit new record in 2018, UN says

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Temperatures can be expected to rise by 3.2C this century under current national pledges, threatening to bringing “wide-ranging and destructive climate impacts”

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The next European Commission is set to take office without a British member after Boris Johnson turned down repeated requests to provide a candidate.

Europe

The UK’s missing EU commissioner

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The council approved a membership list that does not include a British nominee

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Editor’s Column

‘The Times They Are a-changin’

N. Peter KramerBy: N. Peter Kramer

With apologies to Bob Dylan for using his already so often (mis)used words: ‘The Times They Are a- changin’

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Geopolitics begins at home: Europe’s challenge is in the Western Balkans

Geopolitics begins at home: Europe’s challenge is in the Western Balkans

Ursula von der Leyen is right: geopolitics must shape the policies of the new European Commission

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’’Huawei is a trusted ally of Europe’’

’’Huawei is a trusted ally of Europe’’

In response to the opinion piece by US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo published today in Politico Europe Huawei issues the following statement

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