17/01/2018         Think Tanks' Thoughts no 8

TTT no 8 is a real pleasure to read, particularly if you are interested in the EU's foreign policy, its instruments and targets In a situation with US recognition of the Jerusalem as capitol of Israel and Palestine considering its recognition or the climate change migration and the vulnerable democracies in East there are many questions to consider. Democratic and Economic changes of EU structures, rule of law remain a core interest as well as the surprising winner from Brexit - Germany - as stated in one analysis. 



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  • Valentin KreilingerTowards a more democratic European Union (Delors Institute)
  • Daniel GrosComprehensive EMU reform or tinkering at the margins? (CEPS)
  • Lucas Guttenberg Looking for the Silver Bullet - A Guide to the ESM Debate (Delors Institute),
  • Sylvie Goulard Poverty, a European Battle to be Fought with the Disadvantaged (Delors Institute)   
  • Mark Leonard Europe's crisis starts at home (Project Syndicate) 
  • Yann Algan, Sergei Guriev, Elias Papaioannou, Evgenia Passari The European trust crisis and the rise of populism (CEPR)  
  • Alain Dauvergne The Rule of Law under threat: What can Europe do? (Delors Institute) Ghia Nodia, Denis Cenușă and Mikhail Minakov Democracy and its Deficits:
  • Stefano M. Torelli  Climate-driven migration in Africa (ECFR),
  • Nils FellerTurning the tide on EU migration policy (Delors institute) 
  • Tommaso BranzagliaMigrant crisis, NGOs and the snares of the Mediterranean region (Mediterranean Affairs) 
  • Stefan LehneIs There Hope for EU Foreign Policy? (Carnegie Europe) 
  • Hugh LovattOccupation and Sovereignty: Renewing EU Policy in Israel-Palestine (FEPS) 
  • Maria Demertzis and André Sapir Brexit, phase two (and beyond): The future of the EU-UK relationship (Bruegel)