Publications 2016

EUROPE'S TROUBLEMAKERS - The populist challenge to foreign policy
8 March 2016
Rosa Balfour (Senior Adviser to EPC on Europe in the World), Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies), Catherine Fieschi (Director, Counterpoint), Heather Grabbe (Director, Open Society European Policy Institute), Christopher Hill (Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations, University of Cambridge), Timo Lochocki (Transatlantic Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States), Marie Mendras (Professor, Sciences Po, Paris), Cas Mudde (Associate Professor, University of Georgia), Mari K. Niemi (Senior Researcher, University of Turku), Juliane Schmidt (Junior Policy Analyst) and Corina Stratulat (Senior Policy Analyst)

The impact of populism on European foreign policy


Advancing the EU-Japan strategic partnership in a transforming global environment: challenges, opportunities and prospects
3 March 2016
Andrea Frontini (Policy Analyst)

The case for closer ties between the EU and Japan


Green Diplomacy Network – What is in a name?
29 February 2016
Balazs Ujvari (Egmont-EPC Research Fellow)

Can the EU’s climate diplomacy serve as a model?


Financial assistance to Greece: Three programmes
26 February 2016
Fabio Colasanti (Senior Adviser to EPC on the Digital Agenda)

Crunching the numbers 


The energy security package: significant overhaul or business as usual?
24 February 2016
Marco Giuli (Policy Analyst)

Taking stock of the Commission’s new energy security package


Brexit averted through EU reform?
22 February 2016
Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

The UK and EU were able to find an agreement, but will it be enough to prevent Brexit?


Europe's refugee/migrant crisis: can 'illiberal' Turkey save 'liberal Europe' while helping Syrian refugees?
19 February 2016
Kemal Kirişci (TUSIAD Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution)

Close cooperation between Turkey and the EU on the refugee crisis could be a win-win for all


Iranian-Saudi tensions: the energy dimension
9 February 2016
David Ramin Jalilvand (Researcher in the Middle East and North Africa Department, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Berlin)

The possible side effects of Iran-Saudi Arabia competition on Europe’s energy market


Nagorno-Karabakh and the arc of crises on Europe's borders
3 February 2016
Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst) and Dennis Sammut (Member of the EPC's Strategic Council; Director, LINKS)

The EU should play a more active role in trying to solve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict


2015: a year in elections – old trends and new challenges. A fresh look by young Europeans
22 January 2016

2015 had been hailed by many observers as the year during which voters would finally decide if the EU would survive. FutureLab Europe participants analysed European elections during 2015 highlighting old trends and new challenges.


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