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17th May 2013
At the beginning of the 21st century only a few experts, government officials and specialised companies were aware that many European countries had significant deposits of potentially-recoverable unconventional gas buried deep underground.
Today, the potential for so-called ‘shale gas’ is at the centre of an intense debate and features high on the agendas of both member states and European institutions – even though not a single cubic metre has yet been commercially extracted in Europe.
4th April 2013
Italy has once more been thrown into political turmoil. The elections of 24-25 Februry saw a rebuff for Mario Monti, who has been prime minister since November 2011, a surge in support for the political reform movement led by comedian Beppe Grillo, the partial comeback of the former PM Silio Berlusconi, and a major disappointment for the centre-left.
21st March 2013
The Kenyan general election, held on 4 March, saw Uhuru Kenyatta of The National Alliance (TNA – part of the Jubilee Coalition) declared winner, defeating Raila Odinga of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD).
by EMEA Media Practice on 18th March 2013
With media audiences declining almost everywhere except online, Burson-Marsteller took a closer look at the relationship today’s journalists have with social media – and how traditional journalism has adapted to the fast-emerging and ever-changing social media landscape.
by Robert Mack on 13th February 2013
Miloš Zeman, a former Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, has been elected as the country’s third president. Mr Zeman, who quit the Czech Social Democrats to form the Party of Civic Rights, became the first head of state to be elected by a popular vote rather than by parliamentarians. He will now serve a five-year term as President following his victory over the centre-right Foreign Minister, Karel Schwarzenberg.
by Matthias Lüfkens on 30th January 2013
A collection of tweets and thoughts from the participants at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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