Skills mismatch and shortages in Europe: A need for increased labour mobility? - Workshop
28 February 2013

This workshop explored the current and forecast skills mismatch and labour shortages in the EU, and focused on the potential of increased labour mobility in addressing labour market bottlenecks.


A new era in Turkey’s democracy – Settling the Kurdish issue?
27 February 2013

Turkey’s Kurdish and PKK issues are inextricably linked. The recently-launched Imrali Process is likely to prove fragile, but it may at least have the potential to solve the Kurdish issue.

A new era in Turkey’s democracy – Settling the Kurdish issue?


Scotland and the EU – Implications of the referendum on independence
26 February 2013

An independent Scotland would want to remain in the European Union but remain outside of areas of EU integration like the euro and Schengen – and keep its share of the UK’s budgetary rebate.

Scotland and the EU – Implications of the referendum on independence


eCustoms: undervalued building block of the Digital Single Market?
18 February 2013

EU customs policy must strike the right balance between harmonising member states’ eCustoms systems as much as possible, while at the same time allowing enough flexibility to take into account national specificities.

eCustoms: undervalued building block of the Digital Single Market?


What future for the Common Agricultural Policy?
14 February 2013

Panellists contributed to a lively debate on how the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy should be reformed in order to respond to the economic, environmental, political and social challenges of the 21st Century.

What future for the Common Agricultural Policy?


China’s leadership change – Implications for the business climate and Sino-EU economic relations
12 February 2013

China’s political transition will not signal major policy changes, but growing income and rural-urban inequality, environmental degradation and corruption will put a strain on the country’s social fabric even as the economy continues its impressive growth.

China’s leadership change


Post-Summit Policy Briefing
11 February 2013

National leaders gathering at last week’s summit were at least able to reach agreement on the EU’s next budget. But with the European Parliament still needing to approve the deal, the final outcome remains uncertain.

Post-Summit Policy Briefing


How can energy policy boost sustainable growth and jobs?
8 February 2013

Investing in energy infrastructure can help Europe to create much-needed growth and jobs while at the same time putting its economy on a long-term sustainable development trajectory.

How can energy policy boost sustainable growth and jobs?


Visa liberalisation and Turkey - What progress?
1 February 2013

Visa liberalisation is fast becoming the most sensitive issue in EU-Turkey relations, with lack of mutual trust a major stumbling block preventing progress on the issue.

Visa liberalisation and Turkey - What progress?


Turkey-EU: what next? - Different views from Ankara
30 January 2013

Turkish-EU relations suffer from a lack of sincerity among key players on both sides. But with a renewed effort, the present impasse in the accession process can be overcome.

Turkey-EU: what next? - Different views from Ankara


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