Is Europe's future digital?
8 October 2013
Romain Pardo (Former Policy Analyst at the EPC)

In this Commentary, Romain Pardo argues that the upcoming Council summit presents an opportunity for EU leaders to recognise the importance of digital technologies to aid Europe’s recovery.


Beyond Vilnius: keeping the Eastern Partnership on track
7 October 2013
Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst)

Ahead of the November EaP Vilnius Summit, this Commentary by Amanda Paul looks at the challenges faced by the Eastern Partnership countries, the issue of Russian coercion and the EU’s response.


The bank credit crisis and its impact on growth
4 October 2013
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

In this Commentary, Fabian Zuleeg argues that a Banking Union, if implemented, would be a step in the right direction but will not produce the results needed in the short term to help the economic recovery of crisis countries.


Risky resources – Time to frame an EU approach to meeting the resource challenge
23 September 2013
Andrea Frontini (Former Policy Analyst at the EPC) and Annika Hedberg (Head of Sustainable Prosperity for Europe programme and Senior Policy Analyst)

In this Discussion Paper, Annika Ahtonen and Andrea Frontini examine the global resource challenge and its implications for Europe. They explore the socio-economic, environmental, political and security dimensions of the challenge, taking water as a specific example of an area for action, and call for a comprehensive and strategic EU approach both internally and externally.


Do all roads lead to a referendum?
20 September 2013

By declaring Britain's current relationship with the EU a bad one and promising to renegotiate it, Prime Minister Cameron is embarking on a risky endeavour with a very uncertain outcome, argues Petros Fassoulas, Chairman of European Movement UK.


Advancing a multi-level system of European commercial diplomacy: is there a role for the EU?
18 September 2013
Andrea Frontini (Former Policy Analyst at the EPC)

In this Policy Brief, Andrea Frontini argues that in light of manifold developments affecting the promotion of European exports and investment abroad, a stronger EU role in commercial diplomacy might help Europe’s economies and societies to better reap the benefits of globalisation.


Albania and the European Union – No time to depart from the ‘carrot and stick’ approach
16 September 2013
Corina Stratulat (Head of European Politics and Institutions programme and Senior Policy Analyst) and Gjergji Vurmo (External authors)

In this Commentary, Corina Stratulat and Gjergji Vurmo argue that, in response to Albania’s recent strides to meet EU conditions, Brussels should reciprocate.


Developing the social dimension of a deep and genuine Economic and Monetary Union
13 September 2013
László Andor (Senior Adviser to EPC on employment and the EMU)

Systematic monitoring of key employment and social challenges and stronger employment and social policy coordination are important for a well-functioning Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), helping to ensure that adequate resources are allocated to tackling these problems in the interests of the euro zone and the EU as a whole, writes EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion László Andor in this Policy Brief.


The European Parliament elections 2014 - Watershed or, again, washed out?
9 September 2013
Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies) and Corina Stratulat (Head of European Politics and Institutions programme and Senior Policy Analyst)

In this Discussion Paper, Corina Stratulat and Janis A. Emmanouilidis analyse the prospects and challenges for the next EP vote in May 2014, urging European and national political actors to choose meaningful electoral messages and credible candidates for the Presidency of the European Commission when going up against the anti-EU/euro parties.


A UK referendum on EU membership – A view from Northern Ireland
29 August 2013

The uncertainties conjured up by the possibility of a future outside the EU are not ones many voters in Northern Ireland are likely to welcome. Consequently, what may at first sight appear to be one of the most Eurosceptic regions of the United Kingdom, could in an in-out referendum deliver one of the clearer majorities for staying in the EU, writes David Phinnemore, Professor of European Politics at Queen’s University Belfast.


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