The climate is changing - is Europe ready?
26 September 2012
Serban Chiorean-Sime (Former Programme Assistant at the EPC), Annika Hedberg (Head of Sustainable Prosperity for Europe programme and Senior Policy Analyst), Caroline Schneider (External authors) and Imogen Sudbury (External authors)

Europe can no longer afford to pay for the consequences of climate change later: it must start to adapt now. This Issue Paper shows that the EU has various tools at its disposal to help member states, regions and businesses to carry out adaptation measures in a smart and cost-effective way.


The EU and Belarus: perpetual tango all over again?
24 September 2012
Giselle Bosse (External authors)

In this Policy Brief, Giselle Bosse analyses current developments in Belarus’s relations with the EU, forecasts where they are heading and comes up with a number of recommendations for future engagement.


Turkey and the New Middle East
27 July 2012
Gökhan Bacik (External authors)

In this Commentary, Gökhan Bacik of Zirve University writes that Ankara's inevitable policy is to develop a new strategy of peaceful co-existence with autonomous Kurdish regions in countries such as Iraq and Syria, since it is beyond Turkey's capacity to curtail the 'more autonomy' demands of Kurds in the region.


Armageddon - for Greece, the euro zone and the EU?
27 July 2012
Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies) and Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

In this Commentary, Fabian Zuleeg and Janis A. Emmanouilidis argue that, despite the calls for Greece to exit the euro zone becoming louder, it is in Europe's best interests for Greece to stay in the euro.


Political Union: Europe's defining moment
24 July 2012
Josef Janning (Head of ECFR Berlin Office and Senior Policy Fellow)

In this Policy Brief, Josef Janning reviews the current debate and points to its implications for policies, institutions and the integrity of the EU.


The Arab Spring one year later: voices from North Africa, Middle East and Europe
20 July 2012
Andrea Frontini (Former Policy Analyst at the EPC) and Josef Janning (Head of ECFR Berlin Office and Senior Policy Fellow)

The views presented in this Issue Paper, edited by Josef Janning and Andrea Frontini, represent a snapshot in a longer process of change – authentic impressions from new governance in the making.


Turkey’s Syrian Dilemma: Testing the ‘Regional Solutions for Regional Problems’ Proposition
9 July 2012
Joshua W. Walker (External authors)

Regardless of whether Ankara keeps its strategic options open by seeking to preserve the status quo, events on the ground in Syria could rapidly force Ankara into moving beyond rhetoric and intervening in either a limited humanitarian or full-scale manner, writes Joshua W. Walker in this Commentary.


Romania’s democracy in reverse gear – en garde, EU!
6 July 2012
Corina Stratulat (Head of European Politics and Institutions programme and Senior Policy Analyst)

In this Commentary, Corina Stratulat and Paul Ivan argue that dealing with democratic problems like those occurring in Romania is as important for the EU as resolving the euro/economic crisis.


Schengen and solidarity: the fragile balance between mutual trust and mistrust
4 July 2012
Yves Pascouau (Senior Adviser to EPC on migration and mobility policies)

This Policy Paper by Yves Pascouau examines the functioning of the ‘Schengen area’, which is based on solidarity mechanisms between its Member States and implies a high level of mutual trust.


The prospects of ambitious muddling through – the results of an EU Summit in deep crisis mode - Post-Summit Analysis
2 July 2012
Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies)

At the June 2012 Summit EU leaders took a number of key decisions regarding the euro-debt crisis. In this Post-summit Analysis Janis A. Emmanouilidis takes an upbeat approach but argues that the EU will stay in crisis mode and that 'ambitious muddling through' will remain the Union's dominant mantra.


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