EU Institutions

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Almost two decades after the European Council summit in Thessaloniki, the promise of EU membership remains unfulfilled in the We

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As the debate on European sovereignty has gained traction in recent years, Europe’s centre-right should develop its own distinct

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Will populism turn out to be one of the 'victims' of the COVID-19 pandemic, as many commentators have claimed?

 

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EU leaders seem to have agreed, at least in principle, that an ambitious recovery plan financed by EU bonds should be introduced and that the EU should have more competen

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There is a widespread perception that the development of surveillance technologies in border management is antagonistic to civil

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This paper discusses an idea to create a European Legion that has been put forward by Radoslaw Sikorski, MEP.

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The article describes the socio-demographic situation of Western Pomerania following Poland’s accession to the EU in 2004.

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This article focuses on the EU’s search and rescue activities in the Mediterranean, the location of some of the world’s deadlies

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Migration is a major issue, not only for Europe but for the whole world, and it will remain so for years to come.

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How should the migration issue be tackled from an institutional perspective?

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