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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news relevant to the entire European region.
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The Motley Fool
October 5, 2007
David Lee Smith
Beware of the Kazakh Crusher The Kazakh government is fighting development of oil fields in their country by American and Italian groups by levying huge fines against the companies. mark for My Articles 231 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 27, 2007
Arthur Rogers
European Institute Gets Green Light From MEPs Doubts persist over how the newly blessed European Institute of Technology will be funded. But already, EU member states are beginning to clamour for the kudos - and cash - they might attract by hosting the EIT governing board. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
September 2007
Annie Turner
The View From Europe: You Say Protecting Jobs, we Say Protectionism Eyebrows were raised when the new French President Nicolas Sarkozy, lectured his fellow European leaders on industrial policy the eve of the 47th Paris Airshow in June. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
August 21, 2007
Julian Smith
Quake Fears, Ancient Finds Have Europe-Asia Tunnel on Nonstop Delay The Marmaray tunnel project is ambitious enough to worry even the most experienced engineers, but its location could give a seismologist night sweats. All this work is taking place just 12 miles from the North Anatolian Fault, Eurasia's version of the San Andreas. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 2007
Mark Peplow
The European Dream The new European Research Area (ERA) was designed to make the European Union the most competitive knowledge-based economy in the world, but it's struggling from competition in China and India. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
August 2007
Jonathan Kandell
Americans in Prague A second wave of expatriates is now playing a vital role in the renaissance of the Czech capital. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
July 2007
Carolyn Gramling
Galileo Still up in the Air Hampered by financial delays and infighting among its private investors, the European Union has decided to build its 30-satellite Galileo navigation system entirely with public funds. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 25, 2007
Arthur Rogers
Golden Opportunity to Halt Quicksilver Trade The European Parliament is supporting plans to ban exports of mercury. Politicians hope such a ban would curb hazards in the developing world created by the use of mercury in activities such as wildcat gold mining. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Summer 2007
Gary L. Guertner
European Views of Preemption in US National Security Strategy The transatlantic divide over preemption. mark for My Articles 540 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 13, 2007
Victoria Gill
Europe Running Out of Time to Address 'Threat' to MRI The European Commission has told scientists it is not yet ready to change proposed European physical agents legislation, criticized by scientists for posing a 'serious threat' to legislation on medical imaging. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
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