Centre for European Policy Studies
Thinking ahead for Europe
"Part of it is of course the generalized problems with the rule of law in eastern Europe"
"Despite its many imperfections, the euro has delivered jobs, and is accepted by a large majority"
"The EU could be the big winner from a long U.S.-Sino conflict, citing the old adage, when two quarrel, the third rejoices”
CEO, Karel Lannoo, made the comments on BBC Newsnight regarding the Prime Minister's crisis meetings
“Macron is battling for survival and he knows that he doesn’t get any kudos with the protesters by being friends with Merkel or having a European finance minister"
"It is time for those governments to stop the paranoid populist anti-migration discourse and it is also time to normalise migration"
"Other indicators confirm China's gradual move toward liberalization"
“Equivalence decisions will be used for political reasons"
"Even if China’s non-tariff barriers remain high, they are lower than in the past. "
"Theresa May has to get the deal. That is her only real political legacy. If she fails, her career will be over."
Story on the so called Hanseatic League and its' influence in the EU
"The EU is missing opportunities in the Western Balkans"
"There are some internal differences which make it difficult for the EU to present a single position"
"There is absolutely no appetite for new insecurities."
"Mineral processing graduates in Europe are almost negligible, representing around 1% of the total on a global level"
"A second referendum is not an option"
"The upcoming EU-Arab summit could help in crafting a new regional relationship "
"European common defence would be "to increase EU strategic autonomy" and "not to be dependent on a Trump-led White House"
"One solution for German autos is to raise prices but export less to the US = less impact in price terms and both sides "win""
"Ending "forced technology transfer" would probably help China more than the US"