Corruption leading to Biden: the corrupt connection between the US presidential administration and Ukraine

Corruption leading to Biden: the corrupt connection between the US presidential administration and Ukraine

The United States may be the world’s largest donor to democracy. They sponsor a large number of anti-corruption programs. However, in recent years, the American pillar of democracy has begun to show its cracks. And strangely enough this could be a result of the relations in the US President’s administration. On June 2, 2021, Press Club Brussels Europe hosted a presentation of a documentary film by British journalists, “A LOT OF HOT AIR. Who’s telling the truth in the Burisma gas scandal?” It covers how the Ukrainian company Burisma, with…

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Recovery plan analysis says EU will fall short of meeting 2030 digital targets

Recovery plan analysis says EU will fall short of meeting 2030 digital targets

An analysis of 12 recovery plans submitted by European Union member states seen by Leuropeennedebruxelles.com ahead of publication indicates that the investment proposed will see the bloc falling radically short of the digital targets it has set itself for the end of the decade. The analysis, conducted by consulting giant Deloitte and set to be published on 21 June, focuses on the recovery plans of 12 member states submitted to the European Commission in order to unlock funds from the bloc’s historic post-pandemic recovery fund. The study looks at to…

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Rethink Nature

Rethink Nature

Be among the first ones to view art created as part of the European month of photography (EMoP) exhibition in Luxembourg. Rethinking nature and landscapes forms the basis of the eight edition of the European Month of Photography in Luxembourg. The themed exhibition questions man’s relationship with nature and explores political, ecological and artistic changes in society through the eyes of photography, while amplifying the global and environmental focus of previous editions. A select number of 50 artists worked with the chosen theme and the works of five artists were…

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