It won’t be easy for the UK to negotiate other trade deals with the EU.
By HORTENSE GOULARD 3/8/16, 5:35 AM CET
Assertive Parliament forces Brussels insiders to finetune dark art of comitology.
By QUENTIN ARIÈS AND JAMES PANICHI 2/1/16, 5:30 AM CET Updated 2/13/16, 1:49 PM CET
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By RYAN HEATH 7/21/15, 7:18 AM CET Updated 7/21/15, 7:19 AM CET
The most important part of the emerging transatlantic deal is the framework for long-term regulatory co-operation, writes Alberto Alemanno.
EUROPEAN VOICE By ALBERTO ALEMANNO 2/12/15, 3:27 AM CET
The limits of EU policymaking have been tested by the draft tobacco directive. Bold legislation may nonetheless emerge.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 1/9/13, 9:05 PM CET | Updated 2014-05-21
ENTRE-NOUS COLUMN | By IAN MUNDELL | 4/17/13, 8:40 PM CET | Updated 2014-04-23
Would the response to the recent E coli outbreak have been better if the European Commission had taken on more powers? By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 6/15/11, 10:15 PM CET | Updated 4/12/14, 9:31 PM CET
The European Commission supports the study and application of behavioural insights for policymaking.
By EUROPEAN VOICE STAFF| 6/13/12, 8:19 PM CET | Updated 4/9/14, 7:10 AM
A tale of Euroscepticism, political opportunism and a European Commission ‘own goal’.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO 5/29/13, 10:41 PM CET | Updated 2014-04-13
A university in Paris hopes that an EU policy and regulatory affairs clinic will give students a big advantage.
By IAN MUNDELL | 4/17/13, 8:30 PM CET | Updated 4/13/14, 1:00 AM CET
Why the European Commission should include behavioural insights in the design of regulatory proposals.
By ALBERTO ALEMANNO | 5/15/12, 10:16 PM CET | Updated 4/12/14, 11:13 PM CET
EU has to ‘learn lessons’ from botched handling of E. coli outbreak. By SIMON TAYLOR | 6/8/11, 10:20 PM CET | Updated 5/19/14, 4:09 PM CET