Internal EU politics

Illustration of the entrance of the plenary room in the PHS building
A week in Brussels EU trade latest European Parliament Public procurement Regulations Sri Lanka

A week in Brussels: Culture goods, procurement, Sri Lanka

This week was comparatively quiet. It was Easter, after all.   There’s been some movement on the wider global trade war front. Don’t forget to read up on our two articles here and here. The headlines of these articles’ may say ‘China’ or ‘Japan’, but the pieces include a lot …

Illustration of the entrance of the plenary room in the PHS building
Australia & New Zealand EU FTAs & bilateral ties EU trade latest France ISDS ICS Mercosur United States & TTIP

The week in EU trade: Mercosur update, data, trade ministers

This week was truly packed with activities and events related to trade. The key focus has been Brexit – the transition period and future EU-UK relationship. These topics we now cover separately in dedicated articles and a new series of blogs, the Brexit Notes. The other key focus this week …

Interview: Moisa hopes for swift ratification of Singapore deal
ECJ EU trade latest European Parliament Exclusive Interviews Internal EU politics Singapore

Interview: Moisa hopes for swift ratification of Singapore deal

There are clear signals from member states that the EU-Singapore free trade agreement, concluded in 2015, is on track to be ratified in the coming months. MEP Sorin Moisa shares his views with Borderlex’s editor Iana Dreyer on why and how the accord could and should be ratified.   Where …

Italian election – What could it mean for EU trade policy?
EU trade latest European Parliament Internal EU politics

Italian election – What could it mean for EU trade policy?

VoteWatchEU released an analysis of the political party landscape in Italy as the Southern European country braces for a long-awaited general election in early March. That landscape is fragmented, with populist parties on the right and left eroding the voter base of Matteo Renzi’s centre-left PD and Silvio Berlusconi’s centre-right …