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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.

17 Sep 2020

The EU has been struggling to integrate its capital markets for decades. Despite the broad public support shown for a…

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15 Sep 2020

History has shown that rogue leaders only understand the language of diplomacy when it is backed by force. With the…

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15 Sep 2020

After a demanding but successful first year in office, President von der Leyen now faces the daunting task of adapting…

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07 Sep 2020

Late in the evening of August 22nd, the leaders of the Irish government called on the EU Trade Commissioner, Phil Hogan, to…

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04 Sep 2020

Germany sold its first-ever federal green bond in early September. Analysts and commentators alike have displayed an elevated degree of…

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17 Aug 2020

Everybody can see now that Lukashenko’s regime in Belarus is fatally wounded. His reckless non-management of Covid-19, the irruption onto…

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31 Jul 2020

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published the final guidelines on loan origination and monitoring in May 2020. These guidelines aim to improve…

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31 Jul 2020

Amid the uncertainty of EU-UK negotiations, financial market access is sure to be marked by more friction.[1] As the end…

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17 Jul 2020

Finally, the EU-India summit has set relations on the right track to realise the full potential of strategic partnership. Thanks…

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17 Jul 2020

The re-election of Polish President Andrzej Duda cements the politically toxic status quo and may serve as a catalyst for…

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10 Jul 2020

Soon after the work of the Next CMU High-Level Group, the EU Commission set up its own High-Level Forum (HLF)…

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09 Jul 2020

In the present economic crisis, no sector is suffering more than aviation. A wide range of activities have come to…

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