19/06/2017           Think Tanks' Thoughts n°2

TTT n° 2 focuses on the debate on the Universal Basic Income, the EU-China Summit, EU cooperation with Libya and Egypt,  the general elections in the UK and many other topics... 

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  • Daniel Gros, The Eurozone’s Hidden Strengths (CEPS)
  • Yuri van Loon and Ingeborg Leijtens,  The Commission's dogma  (Clingendael)
  • Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Herman Van Rompuy and Fabian Zuleeg, Europe's reform opportunity (EPC)
  • Silvia Merler, The Universal Basic Income discussion (Bruegel)
  • Stefan Lehne, Populism: The Risks and Impact on European States (Carnegie Europe)
  • Sharing responsibility for refugees and expanding legal migration - 2017 MEDAM  Assessment Report on Asylum and Migration Policies in Europe (CEPS)
  • Mattia Toaldo, Don’t close borders, manage them: how to improve EU policy on migration through Libya (ECFR)
  • Alicia García-Herrero, Other than climatechange, can anything else unite Europe and China against Trump? (Bruegel)
  • Judy Dempsey, In the Age of Trump, China Will Not Save Europe (Carnegie Europe)
  • François Godement, The #EU-China Summit: searching for common ground (ECFR)
  • Ellie Geranmayeh, Europe must combat Trumpization of Middle East (ECFR)
  • Yasser El-Shimy and Anthony Dworkin,  ‏Egypt on the edge: how Europe can avoid another crisis in Egypt (ECFR)
  • Andrea Frontini, The ‘Macron effect’ on European defence: En Marche, at last? (EPC)
  • Michael Emerson, What’s next after Theresa May’s spectacular own goal? (CEPS)
  • Mark Leonard, Winners and losers in the #UK election (ECFR)
  • Donatienne Ruy, Heather A.Conley, Demolished: The French Political Landscape of Old is No More (CSIS)
  • Pascale Joannin, Outgoing Prime Minister Joseph Muscat's Labour Party wins the snap election in Malta (Robert Schuman Foundation)