Issue 431 | 04 April 2016
Chrystia Freeland interview, EU-Canada trade agreement, Healthy Ageing, Labour Mobility, Savchenko verdict reaction, EU-US relationship, 5 Questions with Emilian Pavel and more.
Canada may be geographically large, but its prosperity increasingly depends on deepening its international trade links. International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland tells Brian Johnson why she believes that the new Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) will bring tremendous benefits to both sides and why she is proud to be on a Russian travel ban list.
How the EU turns words into action on the European pillar of social rights will determine whether it is serious about promoting social rights and social inclusion, writes Kélig Puyet....
Regardless of who you talk to, everyone agrees: a strong register is important. But when it comes to practice, things start to look a lot bleaker, writes Margarida Silva.
The European Commission has said the Erasmus education scheme is an example of how Europe can “pull together” in adversity.
Europe needs to do more to ‘switch on’ to entrepreneurship education, writes Caroline Jenner.
Rolf Tarrach outlines what the future of Europe could look like from the Universities perspective.
PPI promotes new technologies, services and methods, and popularises them on the market, says Paweł Nowakowski.