Ulrike Esther Franke - 17 April, 2018
Polls and interviews conducted for the paper indicate that German millennials are surprisingly conservative and liable to status quo bias.
Findings of a reflection group led by Marta Dassù, Wolfgang Ischinger, Pierre Vimont, and Robert Cooper. Edited by Susi Dennison
- 20 March, 2018
Josef Janning, Christoph Klavehn - 7 February, 2018
European cohesion is bouncing back after crisis years. The EU Cohesion Monitor presents new insights on cohesion as an underestimated source of strength and collective action in the EU.
Josef Janning - 5 February, 2018
Despite financial and refugee crises, research suggests the European Union is getting stronger, not weaker.
Christoph Klavehn, Josef Janning, Christel Zunneberg
- 16 October, 2017
New essay collection points way to potential coalitions for flexible European cooperation
Piotr Buras - 7 September, 2017
If Poland continues to drift away from the EU it will not only diminish its own influence, but also undermine the EU’s internal cohesion.
Mark Leonard - 30 August, 2017
The EU’s survival depends on protecting its citizens from the forces it has created
Gustav Gressel - 14 July, 2017
Anti-Western elements, exploitable by the Kremlin, exist not only on the fringes of European politics, but reach right into the heart of established parties.
Josef Janning & Christel Zunneberg
- 22 May, 2017
Survey of experts in 28 capitals illuminates the complex network of relationships among EU member states.
Almut Möller, Dina Pardijs - 14 March, 2017
A critical mass of countries agree on the need for more flexible cooperation, but what could it look like?
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