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Posted by: Annalisa Piras on 14.09.18 in Girlfriend in a coma, Girlfriend In a Coma 2012, innovation, Knowledge, News, Openness

  It is rare to find a business leader who has sharp, reflective, worthwhile thoughts about the world beyond their own business and sector. But Sergio Marchionne was that rare exception. This interview, filmed when Annalisa Piras and I were making “Girlfriend in a Coma” in 2011/12, showed him at his absolute best: his observations […]

Posted by: Debating Europe in Resilience
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Chosen as their book of the month for June, Debating Europe interview Bill Emmott, former Editor-in-Chief of The Economist, about his book, ‘The Fate of the West: The Battle to Save the World’s Most Successful Political Idea’.

Posted by: Annalisa Piras on 18.05.18 in Uncategorized
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Are you passionate about writing, European politics, journalism, civic society movements, creating engaging content with a cause that inspires and engages readers?  Are you interested in working in an innovative, fun, educational charity which uses films to connect and inspire young audiences across Europe? If you answered yes then read on… Wake Up! There’s an […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 28.11.17 in Brexit, News

Look around the EU and there’s danger everywhere. Vladimir Putin meddling in our referendum. Ukraine frozen in a civil war stoked by Russia. Turkey abandoning democracy under an authoritarian president. Syria in the grip of a bloody dictator, supported by the Kremlin. Libya embroiled in its own civil war. Iraq, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria. […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 12.11.17 in News
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Die EU-Außenbeauftragte Federica Mogherini weist den Vorwurf zurück, dass die Rettung von Migranten im Mittelmeer durch die Marinemission „Sophia“ noch mehr Menschen nach Europa locke. „Leben zu retten ist kein ,pull factor‘. Es ist eine Pflicht. Ich verweigere mich dem Argument, dass wir durch die Seenotrettung Migranten anziehen. Wenn eine Mutter bereit ist, in ein Schlauchboot zu […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 12.11.17 in News
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Can Europeans find a safer course in the global disorder? Springshot Productions and Journeyman Pictures are thrilled to announce that its current affairs 60’ documentary “Europe At Sea” will be launched 1st December 2017 for broadcast, on Amazon and additional platforms. Written, Produced and Directed by Annalisa Piras and executive produced by Claudia Bucher (Arte G.E.I.E) and Axel Arno (SVT), “Europe At Sea” had […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 12.11.17 in News
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Annalisa Piras è una giornalista e regista italiana che vive da molti anni a Londra, dove è stata corrispondente dell’Espresso e de La7. Come regista ha firmato due pluripremiati documentari, da lei scritti e diretti (in collaborazione con l’ex-direttore dell’Economist Bill Emmott): “Girlfriend in a Coma” sull’Italia del Berlusconismo (ma non solo) e “The Great […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 12.11.17 in Brexit
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Piras was interviewed by EURACTIV’s editor-in-chief Daniela Vincenti. Europe at Sea? I sense a note of pessimism in the title of your new documentary. Is Europe really all at sea? In the title, there is both a note of pessimism and a note of hope – metaphorically and physically. When you are at sea a lot […]

Posted by: Max Traeger on 12.11.17 in Brexit
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Dear Donald My predecessor informed you of our “intention” to quit the EU in March 2017. I want to tell you that we have changed our mind and no longer intend to leave, and so we are withdrawing our notification under Article 50 of the treaty. John Kerr, who wrote Article 50, has pointed out that we […]

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It could be bitter break-up. But it could also be amicable. And given we’re starting to miss EU’s warm embrace, we might get back together.

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Former deputy PM says we should stop clock on Brexit, then negotiate new role in EU. It is better to try to stop Brexit dead in its tracks.

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Recent polling suggests Remainers who had accepted Brexit increasingly want to stay in EU. Strong arguments can help harden this stance.

Posted by: InFacts in Brexit, Openness
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Trade secretary used to trumpet comprehensive deal with US. Now he’s focusing on just services. Does he have a clue about what that means?

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David Davis is latest hardliner to praise former Greek finance minister’s book. Doesn’t he know Varoufakis’ antics nearly destroyed Greece?

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Brexit secretary’s fanciful claims that Article 50 deal can be ratified after March 2019 shows contempt for Parliament and risks havoc.

Posted by: Daniel Pomlett on 06.10.17 in Knowledge
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Wake Up Foundation Chairman Bill Emmott debated live on Twitter yesterday with Wake Up Europe! activists across the world. We were delighted by how many of you joined the discussion on Europe’s Summer of Elections. With votes coming up in France, Germany, Italy, Austria and the UK the chat was lively and evolved into wider issues […]

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posted by Daniel Pomlett on July 28, 2017

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