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“Strategic Autonomy”, a new European concept

By Maria João Rodrigues / 6 October, 2020

The last European Council raised “strategic autonomy” to the level of a central concept for a new phase of the European project. The implications will be multiple not only for external, but also for internal policies. The Covid-19 crisis has exposed multiple weaknesses of European integration: failures in supply chains […]

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What should be done about the United Nations?

By Maria João Rodrigues / 21 September, 2020

The global health, climate and economic crises have led to a deterioration of the world order as we knew it. The gap between current global challenges and global governance is widening and weakening the multilateral system. A new, fair and inclusive multilateralism for the 21st century must be invented, write […]

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Health, inequality and democracy in the light of the Corona crisis

By Gabor Scheiring / 23 April, 2020

Europe’s conservative elites need to realise that they have to safeguard democratic quality with at least the same vehemence with which they were willing to enforce austerity after 2008.

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Jair Bolsonaro, a challenge for the European Union

By Elena Lazarou / 8 January, 2019

Bolsonaro and his newly appointed Foreign Minister have clearly positioned themselves against globalism.

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10 points of reference for a progressive narrative on migration

By FEPS / 12 December, 2018

Behind the numbers there are men, women, children, all with their own unique feelings, experiences, fears, hopes, and stories

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Why we need a Global Compact on Migration

By Guy S Goodwin-Gill / 12 December, 2018

The Global Compact on Migration is about the better and more humane organisation of something which the sovereignty of individual States has failed to manage.

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Why not to sign the Global Compact given it addresses a crucial need?

By Anna Elisabetta Galeotti / 12 December, 2018

There are no good reasons not to subscribe the GC, namely only nationalistic ideology and short-term domestic political calculations.

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Migration: there are alternatives!

By Catherine Woollard / 10 December, 2018

Key amongst these alternatives are legal routes and regularisation as the paper emphasises.

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Elections in Brazil: Some Reflections on the implications for relations with the EU

By Celso Amorim / 9 November, 2018

Threats against persons and social movements continue to be made by the new elected President and his supporter.

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Luca Jahier : “Younger generations need to dare to change the world”.

By Alexander Damiano Ricci / 23 October, 2018

An interview by Alexander Damiano Ricci, EuVisions was held at the EESC at the beginning of June and was published in the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera – L’Economia.

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