Key Moments in the History of EU Communication from Unidirectional to Bidirectional Communication
The history of EU communication has not seen a constant, linear development. Instead, it has been defined by key moments, such as popularity crises or projects that needed public approval, when the EU officials understood that only through changing the communication paradigm, could they achieve their goals.
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