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Deforestation law risks pushing Indonesia toward China

According to Chris Humphrey, executive director of the EU-ASEAN Business Council, the EUDR has caused particular anxiety in Indonesia, and while it’s good that...

Starmer will try to prove Britain can be a reliable EU friend — and Germany will be key

It was somewhat of a surprise when the otherwise hapless then-U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss had agreed to go to the first gathering —...

Big Tech donations boost liberals ahead of EU election

The Alliance for Liberals and Democrats of Europe (ALDE) party and its think tank, European Liberal Forum (ELF), were tech giants’ most preferred recipients...

Pro-EU politicians need Roma voters

So, when Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán used anti-Roma racism to overpower the courts about five years ago, then-German Chancellor Angela Merkel remained silent....

TikTok ban in EU is ‘not excluded,’ von der Leyen says

"We know exactly the danger of TikTok." Von der Leyen didn't appear in her capacity as Commission president in Maastricht, but as the lead candidate...

4 ways the EU’s Digital Markets Act is changing your tech

Stricter privacy rules on targeted ads Tech firms now need to ask users' consent to share data fed into one service with another they operate....

Global Gateway: If not now, when?

And because this exemplifies the dark side of the BRI, it’s important to note that it was the Chinese company Sinohydro that built the...

The EU wants to cure your teen’s smartphone addiction 

Measures could include ensuring that algorithms don't recommend videos about dieting to teenage girls or turning off autoplay by default so that minors don't...

EU fields call to tackle live-events piracy

Broadcasters and sports events organizers lose up to €28 billion in revenues to piracy each year, according to a 2021 analysis.  Their call comes amid...

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