Publications 2019

The EU’s governance of Brexit and its impact on the negotiations
13 May 2019
Johannes Greubel (Research Assistant)

The EU established a well-functioning Brexit governance that can be described as a model file of inter-institutional and -member state cooperation and diplomacy

Mainstreaming innovation funding in the EU budget
2 May 2019

How to maximize the use of EU innovation funding in the coming MFF

EPIM Policy Update April 2019
26 April 2019
Katharina Bamberg (Policy Analyst), Marie De Somer (Head of European Migration and Diversity programme and Senior Policy Analyst), Alberto-Horst Neidhardt (Policy Analyst) and Ilene van Brouwershaven (Programme Assistant)

Operation Sophia’s scaled down mandate will make the Mediterranean route more dangerous than ever before

Zelenskiy in charge – When reality goes beyond fiction
24 April 2019
Svitlana Kobzar (Programme Officer East, European Endowment for Democracy) and Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst)

Comedian turns president

Brexit: Losing control
24 April 2019
Andrew Duff (President of the Spinelli Group; Former Member of the European Parliament 1999-2014)

Taking back control – of Brexit

Brexit: No stable equilibrium
18 April 2019
Larissa Brunner (Policy Analyst)

A deeply divided country

Designing the next extension – Conditional and time-limited
5 April 2019
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

A long extension without a decision on the way forward in the UK would not be in the EU27’s best interest.

Brexit: Decoupling the Political Declaration
2 April 2019
Andrew Duff (President of the Spinelli Group; Former Member of the European Parliament 1999-2014)

A way out (?)

Putting industrial policy at the top of the next Commission’s priority list
1 April 2019
Johan Bjerkem (Policy Analyst)

A few concrete ideas on how the EU and its member states can start to develop and implement a future-oriented European industrial strategy.

The case against a long extension of Article 50
21 March 2019
Larissa Brunner (Policy Analyst)

It is still possible the UK will ask for a lengthy delay, but the EU should prepare to say no

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