08/12/2017       Think Tanks' Thoughts no 7

TTT no 7 focuses on the democracy and citizens' perspective of Eurozone integration, the Social Pillar, perspectives of the so-called populist movements, EU funding as a way of strengthening rule of law, Management of refugees and migration, Schengen, German defense industry, Western Balkans relations with EU, the European Defense Fund, the health of the Visegrad economies and the question how Corbyn could keep UK in the EU, if... 

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  • Judy Dempsey Can the big idea of EU integration become reality?, (Carnegie Europe),
  • Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska A new deal for the eurozone: Remedy or placebo? (CER)
  • Manuel de La Rocha Vàzquez, David Rinaldi and Victor Echevarría Progressive reforms for rebalancing the Eurozone (FEPS)
  • Philippe PochetThe European Pillar of Social Rights in historical perspective (NETUF).
  • Claire DheretEuropean social rights need more than a proclamation: Recommendations for an ambitious social summit (EPC)
  • Gylfi ZoegaIncrease trust to stem the rise of populist movements (Vox EU)
  • Richard YoungsHow we can reframe the debate about Europe’s populist threat (EUROPP BLOG)
  • Jasna Šelih, Ian Bond and Carl DolanCan EU funds promote the rule of law in Europe? (CER)
  • Marie de SomerPreserving or Strengthening Schengen? (EPC)
  • Luigi Scazzieri and John SpringfordHow the EU and third countries can manage migration (CER
  • Claudia Major and Christian MöllingEnd the Silence Over Germany’s Defense Industry (Carnegie Europe)
  • Francesco AngeloneWestern Balkans, still one foot in and one foot out (Mediterranean affairs)
  • Vincenzo Camporini, Keith Hartley, Dick Zandee and Jean-Pierre MaulnyStrategic Autonomy and the European Defense Fund (Cligendael)
  • Giustina SelvelliBosnia and Herzegovina, the influence of the Gulf states on economics and politics (Mediterranean affairs)
  • Simon TilfordAll is not well in the Visegrad economies (CER)
  •  Peter KellnerHow Corbyn Could Keep Britain in the EU (Carnegie Europe)