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Subscribe: ***********/subscription_center?add_user=EUXTV The European affairs video news coverage provided by EUX.TV, the European Affairs Channel, will after the June 2009 elections for the European parliament. Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 May 2009
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This is the new trailer of EUX.TV's "Covering Europe". In the wake of the June 2009 European elections, EUX.TV is resuming its studio programme 'Covering Europe'. The program draws on the intelligence and expertise of free and independent journalists who cover the European Union and other European stories. The program is moderated by former CNBC correspondent Raymond Frenken, now editor of EUX.TV - the European Affairs Channel. Check our channel page, *******Youtube****/EUXTV and our EUX.TV website for updates on when the next program becomes available. See ******* Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Jun 2009
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Czech President Vaclav Klaus will receive European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Swedish Prime Minister Fredrick Reinfeldt on Wednesday in Prague to discuss the Czech ratification of the Lisbon Treaty, a spokesman for the European Commission in Brussels said on Monday. The meeting will seek to get more clarity on the timeframe for the Czech ratification of the treaty. President Klaus has said he will not sign it before the Czech constitutional court has verified it for possible infringement on the Czech souvereignty. EUX.TV report by Raymond Frenken. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Oct 2009
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This report covered the Aug. 13 meeting of EU foreign ministers in Brussels, called together to respond to the war between Georgia and Russia. Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Oct 2008
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Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, issues a video statement to call on the people in Europe to support the policies of US President Barack Obama. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Jan 2009
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An informal summit of EU leaders on Sunday sought to ease tensions between eastern and western countries of the European Union. *******www*** Speaking in this report are Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso and Fredrik Reinfeldt, Prime Minister of Sweden, where car maker Saab has filed for bankrupt Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Mar 2009
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The International Criminal Court, known as ICC, on Wednesday issued the first-ever arrest warrant for a President who is still in office. The warrant is for the arrest of Omar Al-Bashir, President of Sudan, for his role in the horror in Darfur, in the west of Sudan. ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo spoke of a historic day for the international community. Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Mar 2009
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The European Union is getting ready for a decision on who will become known as the first president of Europe. At a summit in Brussels, the EU's 27 member states are talking informally about who will take on this top role. Dutch Prime Minister Jan-Peter Balkenende, Luxembourg PM Jean-Claude Juncker and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair are among a handful of prominent names being mentioned in Brussels. The European President must be a former prime minister and will be selected by hand by his (or her) peers from the EU member states. The Swedish presidency of the EU said it will act "swiftly" once the final obstacle to the EU's new structure will be lifted, when Czech President Vaclav Havel signs the Lisbon Treaty. For more, read the Guardian article: *************/world/2009/oct/29/tony-blair-eu-presidency-debate Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Oct 2009
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A weak agreement. A failure. A deception. A farce. The United Nations climate conference in Copenhagen has not become the turning point in history that many people on earth were hoping for. Despite the urgency of global warming, the world’s political leadership did not manage to step beyond its own shadows. In the end, national economic and political interests weighed more heavily than the general global interests. Our global environment, particularly in developing countries, now is the main victim. Financing innovation in green technology will remain difficult. The only issue agreed on is the need to keep global warming limited to a rise of 2 degrees celsius. Still undecided is the how and when that is to happen. Copenhagen did not only lack political will, but it also lacked organizational skills. That’s disappointing and embarrassing, certainly given the enormity of what was at stake: reducing global warming so that planet earth remains a place to live for future generations. There is broad agreement on this goal. Yet translating this into political action at this stage, despite two years of preparations among the 192 members of the United Nations, proved impossible. At a time when true global leadership, discipline and guidance were needed, the Danish government, as organizers, and the United Nations were unable to deliver an efficient infrastructure, contributing to a chaotic process that was dogged by procedural games The European Union, a self-proclaimed global climate leader, clearly was not able to put its mark on the negotiations. It was literally snowed under by China and the United States. The US is held back by climate skeptics on Capitol Hill. China remains obsessed with accelerating economic growth. All this gives to think and needs to be a lesson. Our climate is too important to be made dependent on different national interests. This needs to change. If it proves impossible to achieve the goals through an all-encompassing global agreement, then the process should be revised to an alternative one, with smaller, less ambitious steps. Better one small step at a time, than no large steps at all. Copenhagen has failed, leaving us with a major hangover. The fight against global warming however, will continue. The urgency of the problem and the lessons of Copenhagen will not let global warming disappear from the international agenda. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Dec 2009
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EuroParlTV launched on Wednesday as the European Parliament's own webtv channel. The channel, ambitiously and on a 9-million-euro-a-year budget, promises to have all content available in all of the EU's official languages, a promise that proves difficult as it takes off after more than three years preparations. For independent, non-institutional video reports on European Affairs, go to *******
18 Sep 2008
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******* Around 300 European Union observers from 22 EU member states are in place on Tuesday to monitor the withdrawal of Russian troops from areas adjacent to the breakaway provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.
1 Oct 2008
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******* EUX.TV - The Europe Channel Amsterdam and The Hague
1 Oct 2008
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******* EUX.TV - the Europe Channel AThens
9 Feb 2009
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******* EUX.TV - the Europe Channel Warsaw & Poland, general views
1 Oct 2008
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******* EUX.TV - the Europe Channel Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania
1 Oct 2008
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