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L’enfant terrible: TTIP and the birth of weak regulation
22 Apr 2015 – 17:03
L’enfant terrible: TTIP and the birth of weak regulation

 Lora Verheecke from Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) argues that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will undermine the regulatory power of parliaments on both sides of the Atlantic. 
The EU-US negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and …

TTIP: For the Rule of Law or Rule of Corporate Interests?
20 Apr 2015 – 14:57
TTIP: For the Rule of Law or Rule of Corporate Interests?

Borislav Tsekov, President of the Institute of Modern Politics argues that the ISDS mechanism in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will privilege corporate interests over those of citizens.

TTIP is definitely not just an …

Free but fair? A Partnership to strengthen global trade
07 Apr 2015 – 09:49
Free but fair? A Partnership to strengthen global trade

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is essential for securing the EU’s competitiveness on the international stage, argues Felix Neugart from the German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK). 
In just 10 years from now 90% of …

TTIP and the threat to European democracy
31 Mar 2015 – 12:05
TTIP and the threat to European democracy

The March issue of the Government Gazette features a balanced and evidence-based overview of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, with opinion and analysis from both sides of the debate. Here, John Hilary from …

For recovery, Europe needs to support labour not trade
18 Mar 2015 – 10:45
For recovery, Europe needs to support labour not trade

The March issue of the Government Gazette features a balanced and evidence-based overview of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, with opinion and analysis from both sides of the debate. Here, Jeronim Capaldo …

TTIP: A deal to bolster the power of non-elected bodies
03 Mar 2015 – 11:08
TTIP: A deal to bolster the power of non-elected bodies

The February-March issue of the Government Gazette features a balanced and evidence-based overview of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, with opinion and analysis from both sides of the debate. Here, Jean Lambert …

TTIP: Offering Benefits beyond Big Business
02 Mar 2015 – 13:03
TTIP: Offering Benefits beyond Big Business

The February-March issue of the Government Gazette features a balanced and evidence-based overview of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, with opinion and analysis from both sides of the debate. Here, Kara Sutton …

TTIP – the trade deal at the heart of Europe’s democratic deficit
23 Feb 2015 – 14:47
TTIP – the trade deal at the heart of Europe’s democratic deficit

The February-March issue of the Government Gazette features a balanced and evidence-based overview of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, with opinion and analysis from both sides of the debate. Here, Polly Jones from …

The US Could Learn from the EU’s Short Sea Policies
28 Mar 2013 – 16:39
The US Could Learn from the EU’s Short Sea Policies

By Tony Munoz, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, The Maritime Executive
The European short sea shipping network has been an enormous catalyst in building the world’s most efficient and environmentally friendly transportation infrastructure over the last two decades. …

Obama’s Re-election and US Foreign Policy: What’s Next?
28 Mar 2013 – 16:37

By Naeem Ahmad, Editorial Researcher, Government Gazette
Europe woke up on Wednesday, 7th November 2012 with a sense of relief. Polls conducted in many European countries in the pre-election period were constantly showing a preference for …