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  1. The American Economy: A European view. CEPS Paperback, 23 March 2018

    Brender, Anton; Pisani, Florence
    Each year, 25% of the world’s output is produced by less than 5% of the planet’s population. The juxtaposition of these two figures gives an idea of the power of the American economy. Not only is it the most productive among the major developed economies, but it is also a place where new products, services and production methods are constantly being invented. Even so, for all its efficiency and its capacity for innovation, the United States is progressively manifesting worrying signs of dysfunction. Since the 1970s, the American economy has experienced increasing difficulty in generating social progress. Worse still, over...

  2. Complaint Mechanisms in Border Management and Expulsion Operations in Europe: Effective remedies for victims of human rights violations? CEPS Paperback, 26 March 2018

    Carrera, Sergio; Stefan, Marco
    Border control, surveillance operations and expulsion of irregular immigrants – particularly through return flights – can pose serious challenges to human rights. Is Europe properly equipped to ensure effective access to remedies for alleged rights violations or possible abuses of force against immigrants and asylum seekers? This book examines whether adequate complaint mechanisms and bodies are in place and to what extent they succeed in monitoring and redressing human rights violations in the context of border management and joint return flights. It makes three main contributions to the current policy and academic debate. First, it sheds light on the fragmentation of the...

  3. Constitutionalising the Security Union: Effectiveness, Rule of Law and Rights on Countering Terrorism and Crime. CEPS Paperback, 21 November 2017

    Carrera, Sergio; Mitsilegas , Valsamis; King, Julian; Anne Weyembergh, Anne Weyembergh; Petra Bárd, Petra Bárd; Fiona de Londras, Fiona de Londras; Diana Davila Gordillo, Diana Davila Gordillo; Francesco Ragazzi, Francesco Ragazzi; Deirdre Curtin, Deirdre Curtin; Evelien Brouwer, Evelien Brouwer; Gloria González Fuster, Gloria González Fuster; Reinhard Kreissl, Reinhard Kreissl; Katalin Ligeti , Katalin Ligeti; Gavin Robinson, Gavin Robinson
    This collective volume offers a multidisciplinary examination of the critical issues and challenges associated with the EU’s initiative to build a Security Union, particularly in relation to common policies adopted at the member state level aimed at countering terrorism and crime. It delves into the EU’s efforts to support cross-border investigations, the exchange of information and international cooperation, taking stock of the effects on freedom and privacy. The various authors offer key research findings, which contributed to the European Commission’s 2017 Comprehensive Assessment of EU Security Policy. They identify and explore the main constitutional dilemmas facing the Security Union concerning EU...

  4. The Obsolescence of the European Neighbourhood Policy. CEPS Paperback, October 2017

    Blockmans, Steven.
    The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) is in a state of suspended animation. Caught between the Lisbon Treaty’s high level of ambition to stabilise, democratise and associate the countries in its neighbourhood, and the sombre realities in the outer periphery, the crisis-ridden EU has been hard-pressed to lift the ENP out of this state and revise its policy.

  5. Pathways towards Legal Migration into the EU: Reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies. CEPS Paperback, September 2017

    Carrera, Sergio; Geddes, Andrew.; Guild, Elspeth; Stefan, Marco; Mikkel Barslund, Mikkel Barslund; Graziano Battistella, Graziano Battistella; Matthias Busse, Matthias Busse; Bjarney Fridriksdottir, Bjarney Fridriksdottir; Leonhard den Hertog, Leonhard den Hertog; Petra Herzfeld Olsson, Petra Herzfeld Olsson; Mari Korpela, Mari Korpela; Dora Kostakopoulou , Dora Kostakopoulou; Jelle Kroes, Jelle Kroes; Gabriela Marti, Gabriela Marti; Marion Panizzon, Marion Panizzon; Rinus Penninx, Rinus Penninx; Pirkko Pitkänen, Pirkko Pitkänen; Neelam D. Sabharwal, Neelam D. Sabharwal; Simon Tans, Simon Tans; Marie-José L. Tayah, Marie-José L. Tayah; Fanny Tittel-Mosser, Fanny Tittel-Mosser; Agnieszka Weinar, Agnieszka Weinar
    On 27 January 2017, the Justice and Home Affairs Section of CEPS and the Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME) of the European Commission co-organised a policy workshop in Brussels entitled “Reappraising the EU legal migration acquis: Legal pathways for a new model of economic migration, and the role of social science research”. The event brought together leading academics, practitioners and European Commission representatives to assess and discuss the state of play in the (internal and external) EU legal migration acquis, and its role in developing legal pathways towards economic migration. Held under the Chatham House Rule, the policy workshop’s roundtable discussions allowed participants to identify and address some...

  6. The Economic Risks of Globalization: Expert and Public Opinion Survey Results. Global Choices 1/2012

    Arpe, Jan; Glockner, Holger; Hauschild, Helmut; Petersen, Thieß; Schaich, Andreas; Volkmann, Tim
    The world is changing at breathtaking speed. Global challenges, from climate change to cyber crime, are growing increasingly complex. Emerging economic powers in Asia and Latin America are assuming greater roles in geopolitical matters. The shift of economic power to the east is creating new dependencies. In short, the ground rules of international cooperation are being rewritten. The “Global Choices” publication series takes a closer look at these changes and how they affect politics, business and society. By facilitating an informed understanding of these changes, this series aims to contribute constructively to debates regarding the principles of a new global order...

  7. The challenge of Jihadist radicalisation. In Europe and beyond. 2017

    Van Rompuy, Herman; Bonazzi, Roberta; Frontini, Andrea; Ritzmann, Alexander; Manea, Elham; Goodwin, Matthew; Azinovic´, Vlado; Murat Seyrek, Demir; Paul, Paul; Farid,, Marwa; Sutton, Rupert; Abbas, Tahir; Vidino, Lorenzo
    Today Europe finds itself on the frontline in the fight against terrorism and jihadist radicalisation. Over the past fourteen months, the horrendous terrorist attacks that have taken place in France, Germany and Belgium, as well as in Turkey, Tunisia, and elsewhere around the world, have claimed hundreds of lives. As a Belgian national, the three bombs that were detonated in my country, in the departure hall of the Brussels International Airport in Zaventem, and at the Maelbeek Metro station, a few hundred metres from key EU institutions, was a particularly traumatic moment for me. In many ways, the attacks of 22 March were Belgium’s own 9/11, representing the worst...

  8. Feasibility and added value of a European Unemployment benefits scheme. CEPS Research Report

    Beblavý, Miroslav
    This CEPS e-Book presents the final report of a comprehensive project on the Feasibility and Added Value of a European Unemployment Benefits Scheme, initiated by the European Parliament and commissioned by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. The aim of the study is to assess the legal and operational feasibility of introducing a European unemployment benefits scheme (EUBS), as well as the economic added value that such as scheme could bring. Some 18 different variants of an EUBS are analysed in terms of their design, legal and operational challenges and economic effects. The study presents the...

  9. Sparkling, Plowing and Urbanizing

    Evangelidis, Vasileios
    This book presents a history of mechanization and electrification from the viewpoint of the periphery, that is, from the aspects of the agrarian countryside, the South-Eastern Europe, the developing countries, etc., focusing on agrarian communities in Greece. It is also a comparative research on the respective changes between centre and periphery, through their interaction with modernity, technology and market, in the face of crises and business cycles. With this inquiry, we aim to discuss popular conceptions of civilization and technical progress, e.g. lighting, communications, mechanization etc.; to research the available resources for an appraisal of the penetration of modern...

  10. Solidarity: For Sale? The Social Dimension of the New European Economic Governances. Europe in Dialogue 2012/01

    Bajnai, Gordon; Fischer, Thomas; Hare, Stephanie; Hoffmann, Sarah; Nicolaidis, Kalypso; Rossi, Vanessa; Viehoff, Juri; Watt, Andrew
    The Europeans can be proud as they look back on fifty years of peaceful integration. Nowadays many people in the world see the European Union as a model of how states and their citizens can work together in peace and in freedom. However, this achievement does not automatically mean that the EU has the ability to deal with the problems of the future in a rapidly changing world. For this reason the European Union needs to keep developing its unity in diversity in a dynamic way, be it with regard to energy issues, the euro, climate change or new types of...

  11. Europe, Turkey and the Mediterranean. Fostering Cooperation and Strengthening Relations. Europe in Dialogue 2012/03

    Alpher, Yossi; Arisan Eralp, Nilgün; Paçaci Elitok, Seçil; Deep Islam, Rana; Kaya, Ayhan; Keyman, Fuat; Khatib, Ghassan; Majed, Ziad; Möller, Almut; Schmid, Dorothée; Straubhaar, Thomas; Tocci, Nathalie
    Europeans can be proud as they look back on fifty years of peaceful integration. Nowadays many people worldwide see the European Union as a model of how states and their citizens can work together in peace and freedom. However, this achievement does not automatically mean that the EU has the ability to deal with the problems of the future in a rapidly changing world. The European Union must continue developing its unity in diversity dynamically, be it with regard to energy issues, the euro, climate change or new types of conflict. Indeed, self-assertion and solidarity are key to the debates shaping our future....

  12. The Asian-European Agenda. Ideas for Crisis Prevention and Effective Cooperation. Europe in Dialogue 2012/04

    Brown, Kerry; Kim, Heungchong; Nicolas, Françoise; Reiterer, Michael; Tsuoroka, Michito; Hwee Yeo, Lay; Zhou, Hong
    Europeans can be proud as they look back on fifty years of peaceful integration. Nowadays many people worldwide see the European Union as a model of how states and their citizens can work together in peace and freedom. However, this achievement does not automatically mean that the EU has the ability to deal with the problems of the future in a rapidly changing world. The European Union must continue developing its unity in diversity dynamically, be it with regard to energy issues, the euro, climate change or new types of conflict. Indeed, self-assertion and solidarity are key to the debates shaping our future....

  13. The Arab Spring: One Year After. Transformation Dynamics, Prospects for Democratization and the Future of Arab-European Cooperation. Europe in Dialogue 2012/02

    Ghali, Amine; Hegazy, Ibrahim; Kawakibi, Salam; Kienle, Eberhard; Manea, Elham; Saadawi, Samir; Schumacher, Tobias; Völkel, Jan
    Europeans can be proud as they look back on fifty years of peaceful integration. Nowadays many people worldwide see the European Union as a model of how states and their citizens can work together in peace and freedom. However, this achievement does not automatically mean that the EU has the ability to deal with the problems of the future in a rapidly changing world. The European Union must continue developing its unity in diversity dynamically, be it with regard to energy issues, the euro, climate change or new types of conflict. Indeed, self-assertion and solidarity are key to the debates shaping our future....

  14. Deepening EU-Moldovan Relations: What, why and how? CEPS Special Report, 23 August 2016

    Emerson, Michael; Cenușa, Denis
    The signing of the Association Agreement and DCFTA between Moldova and the European Union in 2014 was a strategic political act to deepen the realisation of Moldova’s ‘European choice’. Of all the EU’s eastern neighbours, Moldova is objectively the most European on several accounts, including sharing a common history, language, culture and border with its direct neighbour and now EU member state Romania. This signifies highly positive foundations for making a success of the Agreement, notwithstanding the major political and economic challenges that contemporary Moldova faces. The purpose of this Handbook is to make the legal content of the Association Agreement...

  15. Deepening EU-Ukrainian Relations: What, why and how? CEPS Special Report, 23 August 2016

    Emerson, Michael; Movchan, Veronika
    The signing of the Association Agreement and DCFTA between Ukraine and the European Union in 2014 was an act of strategic, geopolitical significance in the history of Ukraine. Emblematic of a struggle to replace the Yanukovich regime at home and to resist attempts by Russia to deny Ukraine its ‘European choice’, the Association Agreement is a defiant statement of the country’s choice to become a democratic, independent state. The purpose of this Handbook is to make the legal content of the Association Agreement clearly comprehensible. It covers all the significant political and economic chapters of the Agreement, and in each case...

  16. EU-Iran Relations after the Nuclear Deal.

    Blockmans, Steven.; Ehteshami, Anoushiravan; Bahgat, Gawdat; Arnaldo Abruzzini, Arnaldo Abruzzini; Florensa, Senén; de los Fayos, Fernando Garcés; Golpour, Majid; Koch, Christian; Modrall, Jay; Ponzone, Enrico; Rashedan, Nima; Zamirirad, Azadeh
    The signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Iran and global powers in July 2015 was a major turning point in the emerging strategic landscape of the Middle East. The ‘nuclear deal’ led to the lifting by the EU and the US of nuclear-related sanctions, and is now operational. Other sanctions remain in place, however. Nevertheless, unhindered by US competition, European trade delegations have entered into a latter-day gold rush, led by the promise of the biggest untapped market in the world. As such, the EU has both an opportunity and a responsibility to help Iran reintegrate properly into...

  17. Britain and Europe: A new settlement? EPC Challenge Europe 23, May 2016

    Wall, Stephen; Hannay, David; Edward, David; Goldsmith, Peter; Cooper, Robert; Grabbe, Heather; Cameron, Fraser; Avery, Graham; Harbour, Malcolm; Peel, Quentin; Hughes, Kirsty.; Lucas, Caroline; Donnelly, Brendan.; Duff, Andrew
    he Brexit referendum on 23 June is of the utmost importance for the future of both Britain and the EU, yet so far there has been an alarming lack of strategic vision and positive narratives about Britain’s historical and future role within Europe. This new EPC publication ‘Britain and Europe: A new settlement?’ draws on past experience to make the case for more positive British engagement with the EU. Contributions from fourteen prominent Britons* who have extensive first-hand experience of the EU institutions provide important insights into events which have shaped – and still shape – our Union. For those...

  18. Britain and Europe: A new settlement? EPC Challenge Europe 23, May 2016

    Wall, Stephen; Hannay, David; Edward, David; Goldsmith, Peter; Cooper, Robert; Grabbe, Heather; Cameron, Fraser; Avery, Graham; Harbour, Malcolm; Peel, Quentin; Hughes, Kirsty.; Lucas, Caroline; Donnelly, Brendan.; Duff, Andrew
    Britain's European problem, Stephen Wall; Britain's contribution to the EU: an insider's view, David Hannay; 'Foreign judges' and the law of the European Union, David Edward; The United Kingdom and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU, Peter Goldsmith; European foreign policy: five and a half stories, Robert Cooper; External relations and the transformative power of enlargement, Heather Grabbe; Recalibrating British European policy in foreign affairs, Fraser Cameron; The European Union and the wider Europe, Graham Avery; From Common Market to Single Market: an unremarked success, Malcolm Harbour; Lost in translation: Britain, Germany and the euro, Quentin Peel; After...

  19. Tomorrow's silk road: Assessing an EU-China Free Trade Agreement.

    Pelkmans, Jacques.; Hu, Weinian; Mustilli, Federica; Di Salvo, Mattia; Francois, Joseph; Bekkers, Eddy; Manchin, Miriam.; Tomberger, Patrick
    Foreword. The Foreign Trade Association, which represents the European and international distribution and retail sector, commissioned this study in light of the importance of China as a sourcing country and its attractiveness as a rapidly growing consumer market. We believe that open borders and free trade can contribute to a broader choice and lower costs for consumers and create growth and employment in both Europe and China. This independent study aims to provide an in-depth contribution on the status of bilateral economic exchanges and persistent trade barriers that exist between the European Union and China. The second objective of the report is to encourage a frank and...

  20. Tomorrow’s Silk Road: Assessing an EU-China Free Trade Agreement

    Pelkmans, Jacques.; Hu, Weinian; Mustilli, Federica; Di Salvo, Mattia; Francois, Joseph; Bekkers, Eddy; Manchin, Miriam.; Tomberger, Patrick
    This book provides an independent and in-depth contribution on the status of bilateral economic exchanges and persistent trade barriers between the European Union and China. A second objective is to encourage a frank and open dialogue, based on a scientific evaluation and without prejudice, of the possibility of a preferential trade agreement between the two sides. The study, commissioned by the Foreign Trade Association, was carried out by CEPS, in cooperation with the World Trade Institute (WTI) at the University of Bern. Jacques Pelkmans, CEPS Senior Research Fellow, served as overall study leader and Joseph Francois, Managing Director and Professor of...

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