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The UK and Europe

People’s Vote Wins Backing from The Times and Guardian

Denis MacShane / December 2018

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Opinion

Media Pluralism Monitor 2017: Basic conditions for media are deteriorating across Europe

Iva Nenadic / December 2018

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The Digital Economy

Online platforms and the future of European integration: why they deliver on what EU governments fail to achieve

Matthias Bauer / December 2018

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Opinion

Extending the Brexit negotiation period beyond the European Parliament elections – not as hard as you think

Jon Worth / December 2018

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The UK and Europe

The new EU-UK political declaration is no guide to the future relationship

Denis MacShane / November 2018

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Opinion

Why Trump and Brexit will lead to a stronger EU security

Federiga Bindi / November 2018

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Energy & Environment

The EU budget can support a just transition, but not as it stands

Lea Pilsner and Pieter de Pous / November 2018

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External Action

NATO’s cyber pledge

Sophia Besch / November 2018

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E!Sharp is an online magazine delivering thought provoking analysis on the affairs of the European Union and Europe’s place in the world. Through commentary, debate and humour, it demystifies the complexity of the EU. We aim to be accessible, lively and provocative. We know that you have many demands on your time and it is up to us to grab your attention.

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