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Fixing the ethics of enlargement

By Florent Marciacq / 22 June, 2021

The EU’s current approach to enlargement reflects ethical positions that are seemingly promoting a utilitarian, meritocratic and deontological understanding of European integration. But what if the flaws the EU and Western Balkans currently face in their relationship had to do with more these ethics of enlargement than the accession methodology […]

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Boosting the social policy rights of EU citizens is possible

By FEPS / 6 February, 2018

The proclamation of European social rights at the Gothenburg summit of EU leaders in 2017, is a significant social policy milestone for the Union.

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Sixtieth anniversary of the Treaty of Rome: The revival of European Interests?

By Jean-Pierre Bobichon / 17 March, 2017

On 25 March Rome will host representatives from the 28 member states as they convene to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. Many heads of state will be in attendance. This is the time to reaffirm our need for a strong Europe, a Europe that is powerful, […]

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