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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news relevant to the entire European region.
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Finance & Development
June 1, 2007
Bulgaria Having joined the European Union in January 2007, Bulgaria is off to a promising start in its marathon to catch up with the living standards of its new European partners. But the challenge ahead will be to improve productivity. mark for My Articles 141 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 5, 2007
James Mitchell-Crow
Possible Pollutants Assessed in Minutes With Reach, the EU chemicals legislation, now in force, a computer system that predicts how chemicals biodegrade - or not - could help EU regulators spot persistent polluters. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 2007
Philip Ball
Opinion: The Crucible A new EU paper notes that given today's skeptical and less deferential public, without a serious communication effort nanotechnology innovations could face an unjust negative public reception. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 25, 2007
Victoria Gill
EU Legislation Would Prevent Medical MRI Scans The limits set by an EU directive designed to reduce adverse health effects on workers exposed to electro-magnetic fields could keep patients from undergoing valuable magnetic resonance imaging scans, warn Australian researchers. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
May 2007
Annie Turner
The View From Europe: European Satellite Navigation System Loses Its Way as Partners Continue to Squabble Galileo was supposed to be Europe's answer to the Pentagon-controlled, Global Positioning System (GPS), but political interference, vested interests, and in-fighting have created an impasse. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 4, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
Cutting the Cost of Climate Change Scientists have welcomed a UN climate change report released on Friday that sets out a range of affordable options for cutting greenhouse gas emissions. mark for My Articles 631 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 3, 2007
Toby Shute
Bureaucracy-Busting in Belgium Belgium is putting the kibosh on Kafkaesque regulations and enhancing entrepreneurialism. Investors might want to consider a little Belgian exposure in their portfolios, given the country's business-friendly metamorphosis. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
April 30, 2007
Martha Lagace
All Eyes on Slovakia's Flat Tax The flat tax is an idea that's burst to life in post-communist Eastern and Central Europe, especially in Slovakia. But is the rest of the world ready? mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Craig Mazin
Crazy Government Subsidies Ten particularly controversial-sounding subsidies from Canada, the U.S., and the Netherlands. mark for My Articles
Spring 2007
Ryan C. Hendrickson
The Miscalculation of NATO's Death NATO's history, its ability to overcome crises, an analysis of NATO expansion, its institutional flexibility, and evidence of renewed interest in the alliance by many of the world's great powers. mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
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