European Politics and Institutions

Blue Cards and the 'global battle for talent'
28 May 2009

This Commentary by Elizabeth Collett argues that winning the ‘global battle for talent’ remains vital despite the economic crisis, but questions whether the watered-down scheme just agreed goes far enough to divert the flow of high-skilled workers away from North America and Asia.


Strength in numbers? An evaluation of the 2004-2009 European Parliament
15 May 2009

This Issue Paper by Sara Hagemann analyses the outgoing Parliament’s performance and assesses the impact the 2004 and 2007 EU enlargements have had on the way it operates.


Preparing for transboundary threats: what role for the next Commission?
11 May 2009

This Policy Brief by Arjen Boin, Magnus Ekengren, Sara Myrdal and Mark Rhinard offers a series of recommendations for the next European Commission to lead the EU towards playing a clear, value-added role in coordinating transboundary crisis management.


The next European Commission: tips for the President-elect
28 April 2009

As the Barroso Commission nears the end of its term in office, this Policy Brief by Antonio Missiroli considers the key issues which the President of the next Commission must address to ensure it operates as effectively and efficiently as possible, and makes some recommendations for action when it comes to organising the new Commission and allocating portfolios.


The new Serbia: fast forward towards the EU?
22 January 2009

This Policy Brief by Srdjan Cvijic highlights the stumbling blocks which must be overcome to usher in a new phase in the EU’s relations with Serbia.


What role for the private sector in 'societal security'?
28 October 2008

This Issue Paper by Alyson Bailes, addresses both the conceptual framework of societal security and its practical ramifications in a relevant area: namely, public-private cooperation.


The EU Immigration Pact - from Hague to Stockholm, via Paris
7 October 2008

As EU leaders prepare to sign a new ‘Immigration Pact’ at the 15-16 October European Council, this Policy Brief by Elizabeth Collett analyses the pact’s content and what the changes made to the initial French Presidency draft tell us about the current state of the EU immigration debate.


Making Bosnia and Herzegovina's transformation irreversible
24 June 2008

This Policy Brief by Lidija Topic argues that while the SAA gives BH a contractual relationship with the Union - a crucial building-block towards making its transformation “irreversible” - the continuation of this process is not automatic and BH must now prove its ability to implement the agreement.


Cyprus: heading for a solution?
18 June 2008
Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst)

This Commentary by Amanda Akçakoca argues that while both sides will need to demonstrate levels of political will hitherto unseen, be ready to scale back their demands, abstain from playing the blame game and be resilient to nationalistic attacks, the new momentum provides a unique window of opportunity that should not be missed.


The Balkans in Europe: containment or transformation? Twelve ideas for action
17 June 2008
Rosa Balfour (Senior Adviser to EPC on Europe in the World)

On the eve of an EU Summit which will discuss the Western Balkan countries’ membership hopes, this Working Paper suggests 12 ideas to guide future action by the Union and countries in the region.


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Director of Studies

Janis A. Emmanouilidis
j.emmanouilidis@epc.eu

Head of European Politics and Institutions programme and Senior Policy Analyst

Corina Stratulat
c.stratulat@epc.eu

Project Leader of ‘Connecting Europe’ and ‘FutureLab Europe’

Julian Rappold
j.rappold@epc.eu

Senior Policy Analyst

Amanda Paul
a.paul@epc.eu

Junior Policy Analyst

Paul Butcher
p.butcher@epc.eu

Programme Assistant

Simona Pronckutė
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