The Commission is looking into telecoms mergers in Ireland and Germany, but the industry is worried about losing out to global rivals
The senior managers of Europe's largest telecoms companies are engaged in a fierce struggle with the European Commission. They already disapprove of proposals from Neelie Kroes for a ‘Connected Continent' that she says would create a single European Union telecoms market. Read more
Commission confirms plan to allow the use of 3G and 4G signals on flights.
What the EU can learn from the OECD's report on education.
PISA, the OECD's international student assessment, sees falling scores in Northern Europe, rising scores in the East and South.
Israel has reached an agreement with the European Union that will enable its scientists to continue to draw on EU funding.
French and Italian efforts to curb online retailers are counter-productive and break single-market rules
As head of the Quaker Council for European Affairs, Alexandra Bosbeer has found a career that fits in well with her way of looking at the world
Proposed legislation would reform member states' fragmented planning rules.
Sharp criticism from the MEP drafting the Parliament's response.
As head of research insitute IPTS, John Bensted-Smith oversees the work of some of the best academic brains in Europe
L'Auberge Espagnole was a charming 2002 film about a French student who learns about life, love and Europe while studying in Barcelona with a grant from Erasmus – the EU's programme to support foreign study.
The EU is trying to update rules on data protection in the face of rapid technological progress and revelations about US spying
Technology touches almost every aspect of our lives, and that puts pressure on the EU's planned changes to data-protection rules
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