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The Alliance for Europe of the Nations (AEN) was a pan-European political party. Dissolved in 2009.
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Ponta failed where Erdoğan succeeded
There are many similarities between the Romanian Prime Minister and the new Turkish President, write Demir Murat Seyrek and Sabina-Maria Ciofu. Dr. Demir Murat Seyrek is an independent analyst on European affairs. Sabina-Maria Ciofu is policy advisor in the European Parliament. She writes in personal capacity.











Global North-South divide shows signs of closing at Lima COP
The first donations from developing countries to the Green Climate Fund mark the modest beginnings of change in the relationship between North and South in the fight against climate change. EurActiv France reports. 











New EU-wide food labelling rules begin to apply
New EU food labelling rules will come into force on Saturday (13 December). The aim is to ensure that consumers receive clearer and more accurate information about what they buy and eat. The new rules will force restaurants and cafés to list 14 different allergens in the menus - including nuts, gluten, lactose, soy or milk. Displaying allergens was until then only mandatory for pre-packed foods.











Development NGOs warn EU ministers against their ‘fixation’ with the private sector
EU development ministers met today (12 December) in Brussels and adopted a “perspective” to boost the role of the private sector in the field of development cooperation. But leading NGOs warned that placing the private sector at the centre of EU development policy “shows ministers have failed to acknowledge its limitations”.














 
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