Thinking ahead for Europe

CEPS In Brief

Our in-briefs offer timely and succinct analysis on current events and opinion pieces commentating on the latest developments in Europe.

18 Mar 2021

Finalising the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has become a hotly contested issue that has put all sides…

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16 Mar 2021

Anti-regime protests in Belarus and the poisoning of Alexey Navalny have brought EU-Russia relations to their lowest point since the…

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12 Mar 2021

The honest answer is, very little. The economy of the euro area might well chalk up another quarter of negative…

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08 Mar 2021

Originally Published: Project Syndicate, 5 March 2021 With governments in advanced economies continuing to keep the fiscal taps open, it…

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05 Mar 2021

The outcome of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) for trade in financial services between the EU and UK deal…

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03 Mar 2021

A post pandemic economic recovery? The EU’s joint communication from the EEAS and Commission on a ‘renewed partnership with the…

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04 Feb 2021

Relations between great powers have worsened in recent years, prompting High Representative Josep Borrell to assert that the European Union…

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04 Feb 2021

The EU’s procurement strategy is clearly failing. A major supplier, AstraZeneca, has just announced major delays in its delivery schedule…

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03 Feb 2021

Ever since the Law and Justice (PiS) party returned to power in Poland, it has been subject to the specific…

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28 Jan 2021

To stay ahead of the challenge posed by the shifting geopolitical context, the EU should devise a comprehensive Indo-Pacific strategy…

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22 Jan 2021

The European Council’s failure to agree on enlargement conclusions on 17 December 2020 will surely slow Western Balkan progress towards…

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21 Jan 2021

A new normal(isation) As the new US administration sets about revoking much of the Trump legacy, one part of it…

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