European Politics and Institutions

The Turkish economy: the road ahead
10 July 2013

The Turkish economy was not in good shape just 15 years ago. But since then the economy has boomed and withstood the crisis, partly due to the impact of the EU accession process.

The Turkish economy: the road ahead


The European Parliament elections 2014 – Breaking the mould or more of the same?
10 July 2013

The next European elections could be a watershed moment in the history of the EU, with the economic crisis potentially triggering unprecedented support for Eurosceptic candidates.

The European Parliament elections 2014


Post-Summit Briefing
1 July 2013

The EU should either develop a more comprehensive strategy or be more humble in its objectives.

Post-Summit Briefing


Money and politics – Cleaning up democracy in the Balkans
25 June 2013

Money can mean trouble if it comes from dubious sources and the use of corrupt money is more tempting in weak democracies.

Money and politics


Turkey-Armenia relations - Bilateral and regional perspectives and challenges - Roundtable
20 June 2013

This roundtable discussion, organised in cooperation with TUSKON, looked at the status quo on Turkey and Armenia and the broader region, prospects for attempts at normalisation and what shape that might take, and the work of civil society.


A choice between a ‘United States of Europe’ and ‘Eurocalypse Now?’
6 June 2013

The current crisis is making some EU countries realise that their relationship goes deeper than simply what is in the Treaties: there are common interests bringing them together and forcing them to act as partners.

A choice between a ‘United States of Europe’ and ‘Eurocalypse Now?’


Lithuania’s priorities for the Council Presidency
4 June 2013

As the last full EU Council presidency before the EU elections, Lithuania is facing an enormous workload.

Lithuania’s priorities for the Council Presidency


The ICTY – What role for justice in Balkans reconciliation?
3 June 2013

Recent high-profile acquittals have been a source of controversy and have stirred passions in the Balkan region as the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) draws to a close.

The ICTY – What role for justice in Balkans reconciliation?


Should the UK’s EU membership be renegotiated?
11 April 2013

The EPC’s first Head-to-Head debate saw British MEPs Graham Watson and Martin Callanan clash over Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to renegotiate the UK’s EU membership and put the resulting settlement to a nationwide referendum.

Should the UK's EU membership be renegotiated?


A new chapter in Turkey’s struggle with terrorism – Implications for the EU accession process
10 April 2013

Turkey remains committed to EU accession, and Brussels should take note of its efforts to fight terrorism and to promote peace and mutual understanding between all its citizens.

A new chapter in Turkey’s struggle with terrorism – Implications for the EU accession process


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Director of Studies

Janis A. Emmanouilidis
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Project Leader of the joint EPC-Stiftung Mercator project ‘Connecting Europe’

Julian Rappold
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Amanda Paul
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Corina Stratulat
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Paul Ivan
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