EU Member States

Blogpost

Author 

25 years after the foundation of the Visegrad Group is a good time to evaluate its role and to take a look at its current functioning within the EU

Blogpost

Author 

Ex-post investigations of major terrorist attacks in Europe have highlighted the contradiction between the seemingly free movement of terrorists ac

Blogpost

Author 

The terrorist attacks in Brussels on the second day of spring 2016 have inspired renewed calls for better sharing of intelligence between the EU’s

Blogpost

Author 

The possibility of a Dail being elected tomorrow where no feasible combination of parties will be able to form a government is unfortunately quite

Publication

Unsurprisingly even within the “Brussels bubble” economists cannot agree on the ultimate result of President Juncker’s E

Blogpost

Author 

The concessions the UK is winning to encourage its citizens to vote to stay in the EU could make the EU even mor

Publication

Security of energy supply is one of the three main objectives of the EU energy policy, on a par with competitiveness a

Blogpost

Author 

Next June the people of the UK may vote to leave the European Union.

Blogpost

Author 

Prime Minister David Cameron’s letter to European Council President Donald Tusk about the renegotiation of the terms o

Publication

The current refugee crisis is primarily one of collective action between the EU’s national governments.

Pages