Net neutrality in Europe: a nightmarish scenario?

Every year at the end of July, the great migration starts. The EU bubble breaks up. MEPs, parliamentary assistants, EU institutions’ officials and lobbyists leave Brussels for a month of vacation. Some MEPs go home to visit their constituencies, others stay away for an extra week and travel on a delegation outside Europe. A week […]

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French tech startups take matters into their own hands

France’s internet economy appears to be caught in a hurricane. Uber’s recent troubles in the country seem to say as much. However, not every tech company’s outlook is as dire. In fact, the image of France as a country of lost opportunities for emerging tech startups is changing. A study by GP Bullhound published last […]

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Schäuble and the German Mindset

What drives Germany’s approach to Europe and EU policy-making? A great way to understand this is to look at Wolfgang Schäuble’s actions during the Eurozone crisis. The strong-willed German Finance Minister was one of the most prominent actors in the recent agreement on a third Greek bailout. Schäuble’s attitude towards Greece and the Eurozone crisis […]

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