WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT

What price a lack of engagement?

This week, I’ve been reading McKinsey’s report on ‘How to reinvent the external affairs function’, in which the [...]

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A Current Look at Corporate Public Affairs in Japan

In this article, Jakob Edberg, Philip Howard and Mina Takahashi from GR Japan, a member of the Interel [...]

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Drie vragen over lobbyregulering in België

Het is een klassiek spanningsveld in elke democratie: de vraag of we politici moeten zien als afgevaardigden die [...]

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Postcard from Strasbourg by Richard Steel

Dear Fred, The Dalai Lama was back in the European Parliament this week preaching a message of inner [...]

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A cautious welcome for Britain’s new commissioner

Sir Julian King looks set to be appointed the last British Commissioner by the end of the week [...]

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Swiss-EU relations: A model for the UK?

It is true that the EU-Swiss bilateral agreements provide Switzerland with access to the single market. However, Brexit [...]

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Three questions on lobby regulation in Belgium

It is a common and classic question in each democracy: are our politicians agents who are obliged to [...]

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The challenges, opportunities and responsibilities of Theresa May’s first global summit

On the 4th September in Hangzhou China, Theresa May will stand on the podium for the first time [...]

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Theresa May’s Next 100 Days

Back from holiday and rested after one of the fastest leadership races on record, Theresa May has a [...]

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Brexit: Businesses in Northern Ireland should leverage the ‘golden-age’ of UK-China trade relations

China is on its way to becoming a higher-end market economy, with the shift in Chinese economic priorities [...]

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