The role of welfare states in a changing Europe – Findings from the European Social Survey
3 December 2012

The resilience of the welfare state over time, its ability to protect citizens, and the future of welfare provision are all under the spotlight.

The role of welfare states


Ireland’s priorities for the Council Presidency
30 November 2012

The Irish EU Presidency in the first half of 2013 comes at a decisive moment for a European Union facing crucial decisions on its next long-term budget and the implementation of the roadmap towards a “genuine Economic and Monetary Union”.

Ireland’s priorities for the Council Presidency


eHealth solutions: Additional cost burden or efficiency factor for Europe’s health systems? - Roundtable
30 November 2012

This roundtable discussion encouraged debate on whether eHealth solutions are a cost burden for health systems or if they can improve the sustainability of Europe’s health systems and reduce the costs of healthcare.


Valuing health at a time of austerity
27 November 2012

Healthcare innovation can boost economic growth while helping to deliver better health care to more people in a more sustainable manner.

Valuing health at a time of austerity


The European future of the Balkans – Moving forward on the Macedonian case?
27 November 2012

EU accession remains the best way for Balkan countries to secure a prosperous and stable future despite the euro crisis.

The European future of the Balkans


Post-Summit Policy Briefing
26 November 2012

It comes as no surprise that last week’s summit negotiations on the EU’s next Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) did not produce a deal.

Post-Summit Policy Briefing


Can greening the economy provide a way out of the crisis?
26 November 2012

Green growth can help to boost growth and jobs in these difficult economic times.

Greening the economy


The Nagorno-Karabakh peace process - Is there a way out of the impasse?
22 November 2012

Confidence-building measures could help Armenia and Azerbaijan to make progress towards peace in Nagorno-Karabakh. Meanwhile, there is little scope for the EU to play a greater role until the conflict is over.

The Nagorno-Karabakh peace process


From peace project to efficient peace-maker? Strengthening the EU's mediation capacities
16 November 2012

The EU can share its experience as a successful peace and conflict-prevention project with other parts of the world.

From peace project to eficient peace-maker


The Arab awakening: four views from the region
14 November 2012

The crisis in Syria is having a diverse impact on politics in the wider Middle East and beyond. It is affecting relations between all major players in the region – not least Turkey’s relationships with Iran and Russia.

The Arab awakening


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