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EU-China Agreement on Investments: EU inquires citizens

  The sky is darkening over EU-China cooperation. The tensions between the Western world and China, despite the good business, are intensifying and the European public opinion is also beginning to make its voice heard. Also for this reason, and in view of the ratification of the latest Agreements of 2020 between the EU and

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Biden to meet EU leaders next Thursday evening

Charles Michel, President of the European Council, informs this evening EU Heads of State and government that they will have a meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden, to discuss future cooperation between EU and U.S., next Thursday evening. They will ask Joe Biden for strong cooperation in the fight against Coronavirus worldwide (vaccines to Europe

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The New START Treaty between the US and Russia: The last surviving pillar of nuclear arms control

Under New START, Russia and the US are limited to an equal number of deployed strategic warheads and weapons carrying them, such as intercontinental … The New START Treaty between the US and Russia: The last surviving pillar of nuclear arms control

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Next EU Summit, Member State sanctions at the top of this EU week

During the next two days Plenary (​in Brussels and remotely), the European Parliament will vote on the EU Regulation on own resources, the financial resources given to the EU for its activities (programs, funds, grants, etc.). There are no longer corporate and CO2 trade taxes (ETS), given the difficulty of Member States to agree on

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EU changes Battery rules: another revolution

The EU electron revolution continues: after announcing the revision of the TEN-E to give priority to the electricity grid (read our previous article), now the EU Commission launches the revision of the EU Regulation on batteries. The average collection rate of portable batteries in the EU is almost only 48% for recycling. This means that

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