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Emil Brix

EMIL BRIX (1956) is an Austrian diplomat and historian. Between 1986–89 Head of Cabinet at the Ministry of Science and Research; 1990–95 Austrian Consul General in Kraków; 1995–99 Director of the Austrian Cultural Institute in London, afterwards Director-General of Foreign Cultural Policy at the Foreign Ministry; 2010–15 Austrian Ambassador to the UK; 2015–17 Austrian Ambassador to the Russian Federation; since 2017 he has been the Director of the Diplomatische Akademie Wien – Vienna School of International Studies.


22 January 2019
"The government programme concentrates on structural modernisation and shows a liberal economic mix of reducing the tax burden and regulations for business, as also for the individual tax payer. Despite the obvious differences of the coalition partners on the future of European integration, the government did agree on a pro-European commitment which circles around the common denominator that in the future the EU should 'do less but (do what it does) more effectively'."
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