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Publications

All publications of the IEP sorted chronologically and filterable by topic.

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May 2022
Momentum for change: How to proceed with the results of the Conference on the Future of Europe
19/05/2022
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Lunch Debates
On May 9, 2022, the Conference on the Future of Europe concluded with European citizens presenting their proposals. Now, it is up to policymakers at all levels to set the course for implementing the ideas.
Policy advice in times of war – 25th Ukraine Breakfast Debate
18/05/2022
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GURN
How has the work of Ukrainian think tankers changed since the Russian invasion on 24 February 2022? What challenges do they face and how can the international community support them? Representatives of three think tanks discussed.
German DiCE Regional Assembly
16/05/2022
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EU IDEA
What do regional and local governments think of differentiated integration? Academics and German local representatives discussed the research findings of the Horizon 2020 DiCE Network Projects "EU IDEA" and "InDivEU".
April 2022
Conference on the Future of Europe: Consequences of the Russia-Ukraine war
01/04/2022
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Lunch Debates
The Conference on the Future of Europe provides important impetus for the EU's role in the world and a common European foreign policy. In the light of Russia's war against Ukraine, the question of the significance of the results of the Conference arises.
March 2022
Discussion – Spotlight on civic activism in Central Asia
03/03/2022
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Eurasia Lab Fellowship Program
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected civil societies in Central Asia? Our fellows presented their research findings on gender-based violence in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, as well as civic activism in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan.
December 2021
Ukraine's image in Germany – 9th Germany Breakfast Debate
16/12/2021
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GURN
The German discourse on Ukraine has diversified since 2014. Nevertheless, there are still gaps in knowledge about the other country on both sides that need to be closed in the future.
Networking Lab: Together against disinformation
09/12/2021
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inforMD
An active civil society, a strong regulatory framework and international exchange are crucial factors in the fight against disinformation. Moldovan and international experts exchanged views at the inforMD Networking Lab.
Ukraine Breakfast Debate: What impulses are being set by the land reform?
09/12/2021
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GURN
A small revolution has taken place in Ukrainian agriculture in 2021: The new land reform makes it possible to trade land that had been under lock and key for two decades. A study shows first findings on the effects on the land market.
November 2021
Ukraine and the European Union - 8th Germany Breakfast Debate
24/11/2021
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GURN
What about Ukraine's relations with the European Union? Experts discussed Germany's expectations of Ukraine's rapprochement with the EU. The focus was on the Berlin perspective.
Anti-disinformation training for young Moldovans
18/11/2021
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inforMD
Together with local experts, Moldovan students dealt with different forms of disinformation in traditional and social media.
European heritage 30 years after German reunification
10/11/2021
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rEUnify
Various perspectives connect European memory with German reunification. Experts have analysed which consequences emerged from German reunification after 1990 for the further European integration process.
Publication of the second edition of the handbook by the BPB
04/11/2021
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Handbook on Germany’s European Policy 2020
The new edition of the "Handbook on Germany's European Policy" can now also be ordered from the Federal Agency for Civic Education (BPB).
October 2021
30 years of German reunification - A European success story?
27/10/2021
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EUritage
How do different EU countries interpret the democratic upheavals of 1989? Experts and contemporary witnesses discussed the role of the common heritage of 1989 in the European integration process.
After the federal elections - 7th Germany Breakfast Debate
12/10/2021
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GURN
Exploratory talks are taking place in Berlin and soon a coalition will be formed. Experts from both countries discussed how a new federal government will change German-Ukrainian relations.
Towards a true Health Union
05/10/2021
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Lunch Debates
Continuing to combat the pandemic, improving structures, rethinking treaties – Dr. Thomas Steffen, State Secretary of the German Ministry of Health, discussed a European Health Union together with the guests of the Lunch Debate.
September 2021
EU integration at a crossroads: The future of the EU and German European policy
30/09/2021
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IEP Annual Conference
What do European experts from academia and politics think about the future of the EU, participatory democracy, differentiated integration and recovery and solidarity in the EU? At the IEP Annual Conference, they discussed these issues in order to find common solutions.
The fellows and projects of the Eurasia Lab & Fellowship Program
16/09/2021
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Eurasia Lab Fellowship Program
From Civic activism in Kazakhstan during Covid-19, to the impact of the pandemic on gender-based violence in Uzbekisten and Kyrgyzstan and digital activism in Turkmenistan: These are the topics of the Eurasia Lab research teams from September to December 2021.
Transformation processes in Eastern Europe and Central Asia – Public discussion
16/09/2021
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Eurasia Lab Fellowship Program
Anti-corruption in Moldova, Covid-19 in Central Asia, Civil Society in Belarus – the fellows of the Eurasia Lab & Fellowship program have presented their research projects and discussed the findings with external experts.
May 2021
The Crimea-Platform – 21st Ukraine Breakfast Debate
27/05/2021
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GURN
The Crimea Platform: A new initiative to reintegrate Crimea
Strategies for a sustainable German-Ukrainian partnership – 6th Germany Breakfast Debate
25/05/2021
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GURN
Experts from Germany and Ukraine exchanged views on the future shape of bilateral relations and mutual expectations. The topics discussed ranged from energy security to commemorative culture.