borderlex.eu is the go-to resource for news, analysis, commentary, insights, in-depth technical analysis and systematic tracking of TTIP and other free trade negotiations. We are the only comprehensive news outfit on trade policy in the EU. We are run by genuine trade policy experts.
Borderlex, born in May 2014, has established a firm reputation for providing reliable news, and solid, predictive, and critical analysis on the EU’s trade and investment policy. Borderlex contributes actively to the public debate in Europe about trade policy and trade agreements through commentary, interviews and opinion pieces. Borderlex is also the repository for everything you need to know about TTIP thanks to its unique TTIP Tracker.
Our prime readers include businesses, business associations, law firms, consultancies, governments, and academics, journalists and NGO representatives throughout Europe and beyond. Commission officials, MEP also read Borderlex.
Borderlex was founded and is run by Iana Dreyer. Prior to founding Borderlex, Iana worked in think tanks and media, writing and commenting on European trade and energy policies.
Borderlex draws on a network of experts and journalists on EU trade policy to offer top notch insights and commentary. Contributors so far have included:
Peter Brun, trade and environment expert, Denmark
Peter Chase, German Marshall Fund of the United States
Elvire Fabry, Institut Jacques Delors, Paris
Christofer Fjellner, MEP
Doru Frantescu, VoteWatchEU, Brussels
Jennifer Freeman, journalist, Geneva
Any Freitas, RUSI, Brussels
Stuart Harbinson, trade consultant, Geneva
Sébastien Jean, CEPII, Paris
Ravi Kanth Devarakonda, independent journalist, Geneva
Nikos Lavranos, EFILA, Brussels
Hosuk Lee Makiyama, ECIPE, Brussels
Uzo Madu, What’s In It For Africa website, Brussels
Alessia Mosca, MEP
Erik van der Marel, ECIPE, Brussels
Corinne Vadcar, Institut Friedland, Paris
Michael Wigell, Finnish Institute for International Affairs, Helsinki
Borderlex Publishing Ltd.
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Director: Iana Dreyer
Phone : +44 (0)7 584 034 892