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Changing the debt rule would miss the point

By David Rinaldi / 6 May, 2021

Already before the pandemic, it was clear that the economic governance framework of the European Union was unfit to drive long-term prosperity and that it was particularly ill-equipped to sustain the economy in times of recession. The point however is that moving towards a better post-pandemic economic framework is not […]

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A rethink of EU education policies

By Jernej Pikalo / 12 February, 2021

Education policies play an essential role in the operation and governing of societies. They fulfil a host of functions: they promote societal values, provide a skilled workforce, socially integrate societies, generate economic development, make societies more peaceful and politically stable, and increase the understanding of other people, be they within […]

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The elephant in the European room: the budget

By Nicolas Leron / 14 February, 2018

Much more than a question of the macroeconomic stabilisation of a sub-optimal monetary zone, the question of the European budget remains a constitutive element of the political community. The EU is suffering from a crisis in public power which requires a budgetary leap of faith: a budget that is able […]

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‘Dynamic Resilience’ needed in euro-area governance redesign

By Paolo Guerrieri / 13 February, 2018

The eurozone needs ‘dynamic resilience’, explains Paulo Guerrieri.

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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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The EU: A ‘holding environment’ for social investment reform?

By Anton Hemerijck / 8 November, 2017

Social investment is about long term investment in social policies.

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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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Stabilitocracy is not democracy

By Miloš Đajić / 14 July, 2017

All this is a confirmation that no one in the EU is bothered with the country’s return of autocracy.

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Serbian Elections: Victory of Regional (In)stability

By Nikola Burazer / 13 July, 2017

The question of how will Vučić react to increasing pressure at home remains open.

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