CEPOB - College of Europe Policy Brief series

CEPOB - College of Europe Policy Brief series

A College of Europe Policy Brief (CEPOB) is a short paper dealing with a topical policy challenge related to European Union affairs. It starts from the analysis of this challenge and provides scientific insights as evidence base for policy choices regarding the future handling of the challenge. The CEPOB series is aimed at contributing to the policy-making processes in the EU. The series speaks to a broad audience, including policy-makers from the EU institutions and (EU and non-EU) national institutions, representatives of international organisations, the private sector and civil society, as well as scholars and students.

To contact the editors of the CEPOB series, please send an e-mail to: cepob [at] coleurope.eu

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Can Brexit Lead to Further Integration? The Case of Economic and Monetary Union (211.05 KB PDF)
#6.17 (June 2017)

Michele Chang, Professor, European Political and Governance Studies Department, College of Europe

NEAR or FEAR: The Security Aspects of EU Enlargement (242.86 KB PDF)
#5.17 (May 2017)

Özlem TERZI, Visiting Scholar, College of Europe, Bruges; Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Istanbul University and Berlan PARS ALAN, Senior Migration Management Policy Advisor, the International Organization for Migration.

The Trump Administration and Europe (233.77 KB PDF)
#4.17 (April 2017)

Robert PFALTZGRAFF, Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of International Security Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University 

Is the French presidential election a referendum on EU membership? (241.14 KB PDF)
#3.17 (April 2017)

Olivier Costa, Director of the Department of European Political and Administrative Studies, College of Europe

L’élection présidentielle française: un référendum sur l’appartenance à l’Union? (233.17 KB PDF)
#3.17 (April 2017)

Olivier COSTA, Directeur du Département d’Etudes Européennes Politiques et Administratives au Collège d´Europe

Europe’s enabling power: an EU strategy for international cultural relations (225.88 KB PDF)
#2.17 (February 2017)

Damien HELLY, Visiting Professor, College of Europe  

Towards a European Pillar of Social Rights: upgrading the EU social acquis (577.54 KB PDF)
#1.17 (January 2017)

Sacha GARBEN, Professor of EU Law, College of Europe; Claire KILPATRICK, Professor of European Law, European University Institute Florence; Elise MUIR, Associate Professor of European Law and VENI Fellow at the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands.

China as an Investment Power in Europe (518.59 KB PDF)
#19.16 (December 2016)

Olivia GIPPNER, Dahrendorf postdoctoral fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science

Moving Beyond State Aid: How Can Public Policy Better Support SME Financing? (241.83 KB PDF)
#18.16 (November 2016)

Joanna HORNIK, Academic Assistant, College of Europe and Gibran WATFE, ECB Graduate Programme participant

The Implications of Russia’s Legislative Vote for the EU (248.26 KB PDF)
#17.16 (November 2016)

Sofía LOPEZ PIQUERES and Domenico VALENZA, Academic Assistants, College of Europe  

The “Securitisation regulation”: Missing the Target? (247.48 KB PDF)
#16.16 (October 2016)

Sébastien COMMAIN, Academic Assistant, College of Europe  

Transatlantic trade agreements and adjudication without ‘protection of citizens’ and their fundamental rights? (221.35 KB PDF)
#15.16 (October 2016)

Ernst-Ulrich PETERSMANN, Emeritus Professor of International and European Law, European University Institute 

‘Brexit’ lessons from third countries’ differentiated integration with the EU’s internal market (289.48 KB PDF)
#14.16 (September 2016)

Sieglinde GSTÖHL, Director of Studies, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department

Looking Forward from the Warsaw NATO Summit: What Next for the Alliance? (515.98 KB PDF)
#13.16 (July 2016)

Zachary SELDEN, Fulbright-NATO Security Studies Chair, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, College of Europe (Academic Year 2015-16); Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Florida.

The EU’s State Aid Modernisation – taking stock of its initial results (247.24 KB PDF)
#12.16 (July 2016)

Phedon NICOLAIDES, Jan Tinbergen Professor of European Economics and Director of Studies, European Economic Studies

Conditionality in context - scenarios for EU relations with the Eurasian Economic Union (274.61 KB PDF)
#11.16 (June 2016)

Ueli Staeger, Alumnus of the Falcone & Borsellino Promotion , PhD candidate, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva

The New Italian Senato in light of the EU constitutional system (228.38 KB PDF)
#10.16 (May 2016)

Enrico Albanesi, Visiting Scholar, Law Department, College of Europe

Participatory Democracy in the EU: Obstinate or Obsolete? (623.07 KB PDF)
#9.16 (April 2016)

 Luis Bouza García, Academic Coordinator, European General Studies Programme, College of Europe.

A Global Strategy for a Global Player? Shaping the EU’s Role in the World (270.26 KB PDF)
#8.16 (April 2016)

Domhnall O’Sullivan, Visiting Fellow with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)

The BRICS’ New Development Bank and the EU’s options (229.29 KB PDF)
#7.16 (April 2016)

Balazs Ujvari, Research Fellow at the Egmont – Royal Institute for International Relations.

‘Refugee Crisis’ – ‘EU Crisis’? The Response to Inflows of Asylum-Seekers as a Battle for the European Soul (261.64 KB PDF)
#6.16 (March 2016)

Tommaso Emiliani, Academic Assistant, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department 

The EU’s modernisation agenda for universities: the rising stars of French higher education (485.89 KB PDF)
#5.16 (March 2016)

Ludovic Highman, Academic Assistant, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department

More of a Burden than a Solution? Potential Impacts of a New European Framework for Standards and Patents (223.65 KB PDF)
#4.16 (February 2016)

Joanna Hornik, Academic Assistant, European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA) and European Public Policy Analysis (EPPA) options, European Economic Studies Department, College of Europe 

‘Trade for All’ – All for Trade? The EU’s New Strategy (282.2 KB PDF)
#3.16 (January 2016)

Sieglinde GSTÖHL, Director of Studies, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department

The 2015 Paris Agreement: What It Means for the European Union’s Climate Policies (291.94 KB PDF)
#2.16 (January 2016)

Simon Schunz, Professor, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department

Back to the Future: The ‘New’ ENP towards the Southern Neighbourhood and the End of Ambition (224.05 KB PDF)
#1.16 (January 2016)

Tobias Schumacher, Chairholder of the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair, College of Europe, Natolin

The 2015 ENP Review: Beyond Stocktaking, the Need for a Political Strategy (248.3 KB PDF)
# 1.15 (December 2015)

Laure DELCOUR, Visiting Professor, College of Europe

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