30.11.2020
Europe’s New Reality: Covid Economics, Debt and the Future of Trade

The Bruegel director speaks about Europe’s economic prospects, the recovery fund, and Europe’s ecological and digital transformation.

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25.11.2020
Fast-Tracking Europe’s Energy Transition

The EU and national governments have gone to work on recovery plans to be deployed against the imminent economic crisis. But how green are they?

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18.05.2020
Basic Income and Pandemic Preparedness

As we think about building societies that can be ready for pandemics and resilient to shocks, basic income needs to be part of the picture.

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20.03.2020
Europe Rues Dashed Hopes of Financial Regulation

As crisis looms, this analysis tracks Europe’s failed record on banking reform since 2008, exposing the opportunities missed along the way.

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06.06.2019
Can Deliberative Democracy Put EU Politics Back on Track?

Political scientist Cristina Monge argues that the public needs a real stake in shaping its politics if the European project is going to succeed.

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23.05.2019
Europe’s Unfinished Business

The EU needs a new model for doing business, one which marries innovation, social justice & sustainability, & puts Europe on the road to shared prosperity before crisis hits again.

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30.04.2019
The Future of Money as an Institution

In an age of climate crisis where the social consequences of 2008 are still being felt, central banks are in uncharted territory.

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01.04.2017
Security and Identity: Between Fantasy and Reality

France’s long and troubled relationship with Islam, and its connexion to a sense of insecurity, is unpacked by Olivier Roy and Esther Benbassa, who also explore the current role of religion in politics in general.

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23.01.2017
“A coalition is not a love match” – Interview with Ralf Fücks

A discussion with Ralf Fücks, outgoing president of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, on the situation in Germany, coalitions with Merkel and the rise of the AfD.

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23.01.2017
Poland: a Vicious Cycle of Disdain

Poland’s increasingly polarised political discourse, an increasing state grip on the media, and how to break the pattern.

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