Publications 2017

New Pact for Europe - National Report - GERMANY
17 May 2017

The future of European integration, from a German perspective


The rise of post-national democracy: Macron, Brexit and the electoral reform of the European Parliament
10 May 2017
Andrew Duff (Visiting Fellow at the European Policy Centre and President of the Spinelli Group; former MEP)

Could a transnational list be on the ballot for the European elections in 2019?


New Pact for Europe - National Report - BELGIUM
9 May 2017

The future of European integration


The French presidential election: an (E)U-turn in the making?
4 May 2017
Robin Huguenot-Noël (Policy Analyst)

A Macron victory could have unexpected consequences for the EU


Germany and the next French president: in search of the best partner
20 April 2017
Yann-Sven Rittelmeyer (Policy Analyst)

Whom would the Germans rather see become the next French president?


Brexiting the Energy Union: what do the negotiation positions imply?
19 April 2017
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

A disordered Brexit from the energy and climate framework could cause considerable economic losses and political confusion


The UK’s general election: Mandate for a softer Brexit or preparation for going over the cliff edge?
18 April 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

For country or party?


Brexit: après May, le déluge
12 April 2017
Andrew Duff (Visiting Fellow at the European Policy Centre and President of the Spinelli Group; former MEP)

Update on Brexit


Northern Ireland and Brexit: the European Economic Area option
7 April 2017
Brian Doherty (formerly Government Legal Service for Northern Ireland; Board Member, Irish Centre for European Law), Christopher McCrudden (Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen’s University Belfast; William W Cook Global Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School), Lee McGowan (Senior Lecturer in European Studies, Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast), David Phinnemore (Professor of European Politics, Jean Monnet Chair in European Political Science, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast), Dagmar Schiek (Professor of Law, Jean Monnet ad personam Chair for EU Law and Policy, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast) and John Temple Lang (formerly Legal Service of the European Commission; Adjunct Professor, Trinity College, Dublin)

Maintaining some certainty


No deal is the worst deal yet Brexfast is still in the cards
29 March 2017
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

The beginning of the end


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