From the European Commission to the rule of law, economic policy and cyber security to relations with Russia or Latin America - the Yearbook's contributions cover all the EU's important institutions, policy areas and relations every year. The developments in each member state are also analysed in 27 distinct contributions.
The Yearbook is a unique resource for anyone who wants to stay up to date regarding the latest developments in the EU. The authors of the carefully selected, compiled and edited contributions - over 100 in total - are all acknowledged experts in their field. They describe the events of the past year and analyse their significance for the progress of European integration. Thus, each Yearbook is also an important piece of contemporary European history.
The texts from all volumes up to 2019 have meanwhile been digitised and will be made available here free of charge as soon as possible on IEP's website.
Since its first edition in 1980, the Yearbook has been edited by the renowned EU-scholars Werner Weidenfeld and Wolfgang Wessels.
It is a project of the Institut für Europäische Politik and realised in cooperation with the Centre for Applied Policy Research at the University of Munich and the Centre for Turkey and EU Studies at the University of Cologne.
The Yearbook is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office. The IEP is solely responsible for the contents.