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For the Glasgow-based research journal, see eSharp.
Categories Politics
Frequency Bimonthly
Circulation 14,756 (Jan-June 2009)
Publisher Paul Adamson
Founder Paul Adamson
Year founded 2002; 13 years ago (2002)
Company Encompass Publications SA
Country Belgium
Based in Brussels
Language English
Website www.esharp.eu

E!Sharp is a bimonthly English-language magazine which covers EU affairs and transatlantic relations by providing analysis and commentary. Its editorial offices are in Brussels, Belgium.[1]

History and profile[edit]

E!Sharp was founded by Paul Adamson in 2002.[1] The magazine was established to promote public interest on EU-related politics.[1] For the first three years it was published on a monthly basis.[1] Then it began to be published bimonthly.[1] It also publishes a Jargon Alert guide which is available online.[2]

Contributors include:[3] Philip Stephens, David Rennie and Matt Frei. The other significant contributors are Neil Kinnock, Eddie Izzard, Richard Curtis and Tony Blair.[1]

Paul Adamson is also the publisher of E!Sharp.[4] Jacki Davis also served as the editor of the magazine.[5]

E!Sharp claims a readership of "decision-makers in both policymaking and business circles, in Brussels and in national capitals around the EU." [3] Between January and June 2009 the magazine had a circulation of 14,756 copies.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e f Hannah Marriott (14 March 2007). "Making Brussels more digestible". PR Week. Retrieved 8 June 2015. 
  2. ^ Jargon Alert
  3. ^ a b c Media Pack 2010 Retrieved 30 December 2009.
  4. ^ "E!Sharp". E!Sharp. 
  5. ^ "Who we are". MDC. Retrieved 8 June 2015.