by Thanos Dokos, former Director-General at the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
In order to forward the broad reforms needed to address the security risks of their citizens, members of the European and national parliaments alike need to build their expertise on the internal and external threats facing Europe.
by Rosa Balfour, Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund; and Lorenzo Robustelli, Director of Eunews
Italy’s struggles with the EU’s management of migration and the economy are emblematic of dilemmas that pertain to other countries as well. Addressing them would be in the interest of not just Italy, but the entire Union.
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?
The European Council adopted conclusions across policy areas, from migration to digital innovation and security and defence. A key discussion, however, was on the migration debate spurred by domestic pressures in Italy and Germany.
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