​         THINK TANKS' THOUGHTS n°1 - 02/06/2017



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  • Guntram B. Wolff, What could a euro-area finance minister mean? (Bruegel) 
  • Charles Grant, Macron, Merkel and the Future of the Euro (Centre for European Reforms)
  • Agata Gostynska-Jakubowska and Christian Odendahl, A flexible EU: A new Beginning or the Beginning of the End? (Centre for European Reform) 
  • Claire Dhéret, Achieving social triple A: What role for EU cohesion policy? (European Policy Centre)
  • Balazs Jarabik, Orbán Knows EU Can’t Lose Hungary (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
  • Marc Pierini, A Faint Opportunity to Mend EU-Turkey Ties (Carnegie Europe)
  • Jakub Wiśniewski,The future of Schengen (Globsec)
  • Corinne Balleix, Dublin and Schengen - Restoring confidence and strengthening solidarity between Member States of the European Union  (Robert Schumann Foundation). 
  • Boldizsar Nagy, Sharing the Responsibility or Shifting the Focus? The Responses of the EU and the Visegrad Countries to the Post-2015 Arrival of Migrants and Refugees (Foundation for European Progressive Studies).
  • Nick Witney, At last, the stars are aligned for European defence (European Council on Foreign Relations)
  • Sophia Besch, Europe´s NATO Balancing Act (Centre for European Reforms) 
  • Tomás Valásek, A New Transatlantic Security Bargain (Carnegie Europe)
  • John Springford and Simon Tilford, Why No Deal would be much worse than a Bad Deal (Centre for European Reform)
  • Andrew Duff, Brexit – Time for Plan B (European Policy Centre)
  • John Springford, A Prime Minister Unschackled (Centre for European Reform)
  • Elspeth Guild​, Brexit and the Challenge of Citizenship: British passports for EU citizens living in the UK? (Centre for European Policy Studies)
  • Judy Dempsey, Is France Europe’s Redeemer? (Carnegie Europe)