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.

23 Jun 2021

On June 16, as Joe Biden was meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, the European Commission and HRVP Josep Borrell…

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27 May 2021

In a rare and swift show of unity, EU institutions and member states have condemned the forced landing Ryanair flight in…

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12 May 2021

More than other EU ‘Unions’, the proposed Health Union requires proper definition because the EU’s competences are limited in this…

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21 Apr 2021

Russia’s threat of war with Ukraine, whether for real, for show, or for some undetermined mix of the two, demands…

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21 Apr 2021

A new CEPS Task Force report proposes concrete policy measures and recommendations to help ease the adoption of AI in…

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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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