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PubAffairs Bruxelles is a cross-sectorial network of professionals working in the fields of public and regulatory affairs correlated to the European Union. PubAffairs Bruxelles aims at creating an open platform to foster debate, information exchange as well as the development of ideas among its members, establishing a diverse community which encompasses young, as well as experienced professionals. PubAffairs Bruxelles welcomes participants from public and regulatory bodies such as associations, federations, NGOs, as well as regional, national and European Institutions. We also welcome participants from the private sector, including consultancies, corporations and business. In addition, as one of PubAffairs Bruxelles fundamental principles is to represent as far as possible the range of individuals concerned with the European Union policy making, we believe that the participation of academics, think-tanks, researchers, the media and the wider civil society enriches the debate further.


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Featuring high on the EU Institutions Agenda

22nd of June 2017 European Council: President Tusk’s and President Junker’s speech at day one Effort Sharing Regulation (ESR): a legislative tool to drive Europe’s ambitious climate goals


EU politics in the Media


Merkel reaches out to France’s Macron on eurozone budget Theresa May and DUP strike deal for minority UK government

 



Special Coverage

EU Referendum & Article 50

On the 8th of June, a UK general election which resulted in a major setback for the Conservative party was held in Britain, meanwhile, on the 19th of June EU officials and UK Government representatives have started to engaged in official negotiations.  The latest Britain’s period of legal and political uncertainty and the snap elections wished by Theresa May added a further layer of unpredictability to the UK process of exit from the EU, while a ‘hard Brexit’ seems a possible outcome of the UK EU negotiations. In addition, the latest events of Britain’s politics have also reduced the time at the UK disposal to conclude a mutually satisfactory agreement.  Will the EU and Britain be able to find a deal in one year time?



IN FOCUS

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Theresa May has said she wants EU citizens living in the UK to stay after Brexit as she announced plans designed to put their “anxiety to rest” – BBC

 

 

Brexit Secretary David Davis has said he is entering negotiations on the UK's exit from the EU in a "positive and constructive" frame of mind. As he began talks in Brussels, he said he was determined to build a "strong and special partnership" with the EU. Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said he wanted to agree key priorities and a timetable for discussions.

Brexit Secretary David Davis has said he is entering negotiations on the UK’s exit from the EU in a “positive and constructive” frame of mind. As he began talks in Brussels, he said he was determined to build a “strong and special partnership” with the EU. Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said he wanted to agree key priorities and a timetable for discussions – BBC

 

 

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Britain’s election result has renewed debate in the UK on what kind of Brexit to seek from the EU – Financial Times


May reveals post-Brexit residency rights for EU nationals



Brexit: let’s count the ways

 


Special Coverage

Post US Presidential vote & European National Elections Year

The global effects spread by Donald Trump’s election and the UK referendum continue to reverberate. A series of national elections are raising concerns about possible political risks for the European Union, while President Juncker’s Commission released a “White Paper” on the future of the EU and Emmanuel Macron won the French Presidential election. What will Europe, the US and the world look like at the end of 2017?


Future of Europe debate

Europe must take its fate in its own hands, Chancellor Merkel said

Macron and Merkel vow to reform European Union


Trump’s Presidency

Why Trump pulling out of Paris climate deal matters?

Trump’s full speech at the Brussels NATO summit


IN FOCUS

G7 Summit 2017: on international challenges


EU and China strengthen climate ties


Trump at NATO: What future for the Atlantic Alliance?