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OUR PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE TAKEAWAYS AND POLICY HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR ACTIVITIES, OPINION PIECES, AND ESSAYS BY POLICY EXPERTS AND MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY. OUR AIM IS TO PROVIDE POLICYMAKERS WITH USEFUL AND CRISP ANALYSIS WHILE ALSO CREATING A PLATFORM FOR POLICYMAKERS FROM ACROSS EUROPE TO SHARE THEIR VIEWS.
Up against challenges that are symptomatic of system failure, like broken institutions, economic malfunctions, and mass distrust, MPs come together to answer an important question: how do we keep societies together in times of disruption?
by Caspar Kolster and Henrik von Homeyer, German Marshall Fund of the United States
There have been pan-European parties before but they had no electoral success. Today, however, there are several competitors with the potential to shake up European Parliament with new agendas incentives, and party structures.
by Stefan Lehne, Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Europe
Two interrelated developments are gradually setting the stage for the emergence of a European Political Space - the “nationalization” of European politics and the “Europeanization” of national politics.
For years, political discourse has been gradually heating up over European affairs. Are claims of the system being broken justified, or are they a taken-for-granted reflection of healthy political pluralism and skepticism?
The confluence of globalization, digitalization, technological advances and demographic change are radically reconfiguring the socio-economic fiber of our societies. Our network discusses 'what next?' for the European Union.
from the Mercator European Dialogue Workshop in Brussels, 9 July 2018
Our network comes together with experts to to discuss key risks and opportunities on common EU security. How does parliamentarians perceive shared threats and how do they communicate them to their constituencies?
by Federico Fabbrini, Director of DCU Brexit Institute
In December 2017, the European Commission concluded that sufficient progress had occurred in the first phase of the Brexit negotiations, opening the way to preliminary talks on the framework for future EU-UK relations.
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