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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


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EU News

On the EU Institutions Agenda

Press conference | Commissioner Pierre Moscovici on Winter 2017 Economic Forecast Coming up in Strasbourg: EU-Canada trade deal, anti-terror rules and Europe’s future

EU in the Media

Brexit Briefing: May wins go-ahead for Brexit Tusk identifies Trump as threat to EU

 


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European flags in front of the Berlaymont building headquarters of the European commission in Brussels.



Special Coverage

EU Referendum & Article 50

The UK Supreme Court was asked to decide whether the British Parliament must give its approval before PM Theresa May can begin the process of pulling out of the European Union, while a ‘Hard Brexit’ seems the most probable outcome of the UK EU referendum

IN FOCUS

To Britons who voted to leave the EU because they were told it would save them £350m ($440m) a week, this will come as a shock. The mooted bill is huge—some in Brussels talk of €60bn ($64bn), enough to host the London Olympics five times over—and its calculations open to endless argument - The Economist

To Britons who voted to leave the EU because they were told it would save them £350m ($440m) a week, this will come as a shock. The mooted bill is huge—some in Brussels talk of €60bn ($64bn), enough to host the London Olympics five times over—and its calculations open to endless argument – The Economist

It is unrealistic for Britain to expect to negotiate its exit from the European Union and reach a free trade agreement in two years and both will probably need an implementation phase, the head of the European Commission's office in Britain said - Reuters

It is unrealistic for Britain to expect to negotiate its exit from the European Union and reach a free trade agreement in two years and both will probably need an implementation phase, the head of the European Commission’s office in Britain said – Reuters

The European Commission’s chief negotiator for Brexit, Michel Barnier, briefed the 27 remaining countries on Monday (6 February) on the methodology the EU executive was considering. - Euractiv

The European Commission’s chief negotiator for Brexit, Michel Barnier, briefed the 27 remaining countries on Monday (6 February) on the methodology the EU executive was considering. – Euractiv


Finland’s Stubb anticipates messy end to Brexit talks

 


May wins go-ahead for Brexit

 



Special Coverage

Post US Presidential vote & European National Elections Year

The global effects administered by Donald Trump’s election and the EU Referendum continues to reverberate. In Europe, Italian PM Renzi resigned after a constitutional referendum vote, while Austrian have rejected a far-right President. However, other important elections will be held during 2017. What will Europe, the US and the world look like at the end of next year?


 

Trump’s Cabinet & Supreme Court nominations

Why is the US top court so important? | BBC

Donald Trump has said he will name his nominee for the US Supreme Court on Tuesday night

Donald Trump has said he named his nominee for the US Supreme Court on Tuesday

President-elect Trump will have about 4,000 government positions to fill, including some of the most important posts in the US government. Cabinet positions require Senate confirmation, but other key posts are completely up to the discretion of the President

President-elect Trump will have about 4,000 government positions to fill, including some of the most important posts in the US government. Cabinet positions require Senate confirmation, but other key posts are completely up to the discretion of the President

Trump transition- Fox News Politics

Trump transition: President-elect Donald Trump has quickly announced his picks for key Cabinet and White House positions since the November election



IN FOCUS

Washington Attorney General, Bob Ferguson news conference after Trump loses court battle

 


Hard-bargain rhetoric on Brexit drives the UK into the hands of the US | Financial Times

More worrying for the EU than a tough-talking would-be diplomat are the trade negotiations that will follow last Friday’s meeting between Mr Trump and Theresa May, the British prime minister, Argues the Finacial Times

More worrying for the EU than a tough-talking would-be diplomat are the trade negotiations that will follow last Friday’s meeting between Mr Trump and Theresa May, the British prime minister, argues the Financial Times