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The Importance of the Moral Dimension in the European Project

Francisco Juan Gomez Martos
European Issue n°570 - 14/09/2020

The Covid-19 crisis has left the feeling that Europeans lack solidarity and trust in each other, especially in budgetary matters. Yet the Union's integration model has benefited all its members. In order to strengthen confidence, it is necessary to reinforce the communication effort and the Union's cultural and moral dimension.

Sylvain Kahn - Estelle Prin
European Issue n°569 - 07/09/2020
Christian Lequesne
European Issue n°568 - 20/07/2020
Corinne Deloy
The European Elections Monitor - 13/07/2020
Economic integration

What should we make of the Just Transition Mechanism put forward by the European Commission?

Olivier Marty
European Issue n°567 - 13/07/2020

The Just Transition Mechanism (JTM) designed to support the Union's move towards carbon neutrality by 2050 has been criticised for its lack of clarity with regard to its financing and operation. However, it appears that its main merit is that it establishes a positive dynamic initiated by the European public authorities with a view to achieving a transition based on solidarity for all territories.

Jean-Guy Giraud
European Issue n°566 - 06/07/2020
José Manuel Fernandes
European Issue n°563 - 15/06/2020
Eric Maurice - Thibault Besnier - Marianne Lazarovici
European Issue n°562 - 08/06/2020
Laurent Lacroix
European Issue n°561 - 02/06/2020
Europe and Society

The Challenges and Constraints facing a "Geopolitical Commission" in the achievement of European sovereignty

Pierre Mirel - Xavier Mirel
European Issue n°560 - 25/05/2020

The crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is accentuating the technological, economic and security challenges that the Union faces in its relations with China, Russia and the United States. Its neighbourhood policy, particularly in the Western Balkans, is an important instrument for the promotion of its strategic interests.

Gérard Pogorel - Augusto Preta
European Issue n°559 - 18/05/2020
Blaise Wilfert
European Issue n°556 - 27/04/2020
Enlargement and neighbourhood

Mediterranean Sea: a paradigm of contemporary conflicts

Amiral Jean Casabianca
European Issue n°564 - 22/06/2020

An area of trade and conflict since antiquity, the Mediterranean Sea remains a major crossroads for the interaction of the main strategic competitors. The multiplication of actors, and the inevitable duplicity that goes with it, generate the ambiguity of stated or real intentions. But Europe is best placed to understand this uncertain space and take a more active part.

Bernard Bourget
European Issue n°547 - 17/02/2020
Alexandre Kateb
European Issue n°522 - 01/07/2019
Iris Muraz
European Issue n°508 - 25/03/2019
The European Union and the world

Relations between the European Union and the UK: a final agreement in sight?

Christian Lequesne
European Issue n°568 - 20/07/2020

Negotiations are continuing over the summer between the European Union and the United Kingdom to establish the terms of their future relationship after 31 December 2020. Many sensitive issues remain outstanding. The German Presidency of the Council will have a crucial role to play in leading the discussions with London, but Boris Johnson's government will have to put pragmatism before ideology.

Anna Dimitrova
European Issue n°545 - 03/02/2020
Francisco Juan Gomez Martos
European Issue n°540 - 16/12/2019
Léonard Colomba-Petteng
European Issue n°536 - 18/11/2019