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Priorities of the Croatian EU Council Presidency

Between January 1st and July 31st, Croatia will hold the rotating EU Council Presidency for the…

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Vinces Research on Public Affairs Management in Spain

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Vinces moves into a new stage

Dear friends, clients, collaborators, Ten years ago, we set out to open an office with the…

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The EU’s priorities for the year(s) ahead: where is gender equality?

President Juncker’s speech on the State of the Union (SOTEU) marks the beginning of the school…

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Pedro Sánchez and the Future of Europe

  On 16 January, Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón, will address the European Parliament to…

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New political situation in Spain: Ten key-questions

  1. What has happened? It is the first time in the history of Spain that…

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KEY FACTS ANDALUSIAN ELECTIONS #2D

  1.KEY ASPECTS   Low turnout: With over 99% of the ballots counted, total turnout was…

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Value-based healthcare: end or trend?

Policymakers around the world have gradually introduced the concept of value in care models and pricing schemes. Some in the health community find hope and see them as a possible solution; others doubt that implementing a value-based system is realistic.

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Is there really a ‘union’ in the EU-China relations?

Analysis of the 21st EU-China bilateral summit that took place in Brussels on April 9, 2019.

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Spanish Political Landscape 2019 with Alfonso González de León

Our Associate Director Alfonso González de León gives some insights about the recent developments in the Spanish political landscape.

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Women and/in politics

In the wake of the International Women’s Day, media reflect increasing importance and presence of women and feminism in politics and in political discourses.

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Juncker pressures the Council: Will we see the end of the veto power in fiscal matters?

The European Commission has proposed to the Council a plan to gradually eliminate the veto power of the Member States in fiscal matters. Although the viability of the measure is probably limited, it can not be ruled out that the debate will be put back on the table in the next legislature.

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