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by isabelle.merillet on 26th July 2012
“Twiplomacy” is the first research of its kind, aimed at identifying to what extent world leaders use Twitter
by isabelle.merillet on 10th July 2012
A few steps forward, a few steps back?
The popular uprising in Egypt that toppled the regime of Hosni Mubarak appears to have finally achieved its main objective: the first ever free elections in the country’s history.
by isabelle.merillet on 20th June 2012
The Socialists have won an absolute majority in the French parliamentary elections, giving the new President, François Hollande, a free hand to implement the key measures of his presidential programme.
by isabelle.merillet on 16th May 2012
Crisis Creates Opportunities – A new era of European supervision of financial services and markets.
by isabelle.merillet on 17th April 2012
Brussels’ ten most influential Twitter users come from the three key EU institutions, as well as from the worlds of journalism and blogging.
Burson-Marsteller Brussels is very pleased to provide support to EURORDIS with the organisation and promotion of its awareness raising campaign to mark the fifth international Rare Disease Day on 29 February 2012.
by isabelle.merillet on 16th February 2012
by rebecca.jarvis on 6th December 2011
In the run-up to next summer’s UN Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20, Burson-Marsteller has set up an online meeting point for players in the debate to track its developments, to express their views and expectations, and to voice support for sustainability. It hosts interviews with various actors, information on the conference and the latest Rio+20 buzz from Twitter but we also invite you to share your views.
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