24 Sep 2010

The Treaty of Lisbon

A Second Look at the Institutional Innovations

Peadar ó Broin / Piotr Maciej Kaczyński

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Together with researchers from two other Brussels-based research institutes ¬Egmont (Belgium’s Royal Institute of International Affairs) and the European Policy Centre (EPC), CEPS examines the institutional innovations that are gradually being introduced as a result of the Treaty of Lisbon.
CEPS: Piotr Maciej Kaczy?ski, Peadar ó Broin
EGMONT: Franklin Dehousse, Philippe de Schoutheete, Tinne Heremans, Jacques Keller, Guy Milton (in association), Nick Witney (in association)
EPC: Janis Emmanouilidis, Antonio Missiroli, Corina Stratulat

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