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May 2024
Between repression and democratic conviction: Perspectives for the Belarusian civil society
07/05/2024
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VisiBYlity belarus
What are the future prospects for the democratic movement in Belarus and in exile? As part of the VisiBYlity project, we held a discussion with German and Belarusian experts at the Heinrich Böll Foundation on 29 April 2024.
20 years of eastward enlargement - a landmark anniversary
01/05/2024
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Yearbook
From 15 to 25: on 1 May 2004, ten countries and 75 million people joined the EU. To mark the 20th anniversary, the IEP looks back on debates about the historic enlargement round, some of which have great similarities to contemporary discussions.
April 2024
Lunch debate: Reforming amid protests – How should the EU’s future Common Agricultural Policy address enlargement and climate change?
30/04/2024
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Europe talks
How can reforms of EU agricultural policies address farmers' discontent, Ukraine's EU aspirations, and climate challenges at the same time? Transparency and collaboration among Member States are crucial, argued experts at IEP’s lunch debate.
1st Ukraine Perspectives Talk “Assessing the challenges for agri-food public authorities”
30/04/2024
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ukraine-perspectives
The CAP reform is crucial for the next EU enlargement steps and agriculture is an important strategic factor for Ukraine. At the UP Talk, Dr Oleg Nivievskyi presented his policy paper on the role of public institutions in this process.
RESILIO in Berlin: Testing resilience. The rule of law after the EP elections
25/04/2024
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Resilio
The successful presentation of the RESILIO results in Brussels was followed by a panel discussion in Berlin. Our Snapshot and country analysis authors also contributed their valuable expertise on the resilience of the rule of law after the EP elections.
March 2024
3rd German-Ukrainian Breakfast Debate x Ukraine Insights
21/03/2024
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ua-transformation-lab
What consequences did the Russian occupation have for the people of Crimea, for Ukraine and for the entire region? These challenges were discussed at the 3rd German-Ukrainian Breakfast Debate in cooperation with the Center for Liberal Modernity and Ukrainian Prism.
Spinelli Forum 2024: Alumni Conference
18/03/2024
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Spinelli Forum
The recent German-Italian Action Plan for strategic cooperation envisages comprehensive collaboration in various fields. Participants of the Spinelli Forum 2024 develop recommendations on how to put it into practise.
NEXT4EU perspectives on Moldova’s EU integration
18/03/2024
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Next4EU
At the European Council summit on 21/22 March 2024, Moldova's progress with regard to EU accession negotiations will be reviewed. In four contributions, participants of our NEXT4EU trip take a look at existing challenges for Moldova's EU integration process.
RESILIO in Brussels - Rule of law in EU27: turning crisis into opportunity
14/03/2024
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Resilio
What is a resilient rule of law and how can it be improved in the EU? The RESILIO team provided answers to these questions with its research findings.
Future Europe: InvigoratEU Kick-Off Conference in Tbilisi
11/03/2024
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invigoratEU
Geopolitics, modernization and future Europe. How should EU enlargement policy be shaped in the future? The kick-off conference in Georgia launches the InvigoratEU project and unites European, institutional, civil society and academic perspectives.
RESILIO-Study: What makes the rule of law resilient? Evidence from EU27
07/03/2024
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Resilio
There are many reasons for the resilience of the rule of law in the EU. A strong public administration and judiciary are at the heart of a solid rule of law.
February 2024