TTT n°1 focuses on the future of the Eurozone, on Hungary internal situation, on EU-Turkey ties, on the future of Schengen and NATO, and many other topics...
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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)