EU-CHINA - Time to change tack with Beijing

Published on 6 October 2010 at 15:09


Time to change tack with Beijing

Le Soir

Europe lacks the necessary political armour to defend itself against China’s ongoing monetary and commercial offensive. A number of experts argue that a change in its historically benevolent attitude to Beijing is now on the cards.


European Commission

Berlaymont, at the end of the rainbow

Der Spiegel

European politicians are has-beens exiled to Brussels and then written off? Wrong, writes Der Spiegel. A post at an EU institution promises power and, above all, money. Especially for commissioners.



What's wrong with populism?



Jérôme Kerviel, the fall guy

La Tribune



Toxic red sludge engulfs west Hungary




EU carbon credits discredited



On 6 October 2010 Euranet heads to the European Parliament in Brussels to ask what the EU faces after the financial crisis.

Top EU officials and MEPs will join Euranet's journalists and students to tackle a range of themes, from poverty

and immigration to finance and climate change.

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