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Can this be the time to reframe the concept of a state?

By Ania Skrzypek / 21 May, 2021

It has become a well-known truth that in the time of the ultimate test – Covid – citizens turned to their governments. They have been looking for protection, for help and for reassurance, that collective effort can make the pandemic fade away. Social Democrats who were at the helm of […]

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European fiscal rules: reform urgently needed

By Philipp Heimberger / 6 May, 2021

The EU’s fiscal rules are currently deactivated due to the Covid-19 crisis. However, returning to the pre-Corona rules would be counterproductive. The first priority of reform efforts should be to ensure that applying the rules will not deepen economic crises and hold back recovery. The second priority should be to […]

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For a European Semester that addresses inequalities

By Maria João Rodrigues / 12 October, 2020

Against the backdrop of the major EU recovery plan that was decided in July, the European Semester will play a key role in the implementation of the national recovery plans, that are to be submitted by mid-October. The reform of the Semester process was already in the pipeline, but it […]

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France’s continued pursuit of civil nuclear power is proving dangerous for Europe

By Benjamin Dessus / 11 December, 2017

There is a security crisis, which is largely a result of the above and is accompanied by a serious crisis of confidence between the National Security Authority and the operator.

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The challenge of Europe: growth and social cohesion

By Pedro Sanchez / 9 November, 2017

We must act with the utmost urgency because the intensity of the crisis has generated an alarming extension of poverty.

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Eurozone Future: Playing the ball back to the member states

By Björn Hacker / 24 July, 2017

The EU-Commission capitulating in the face of two divergent perspectives among the divided member states.

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