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12 Mar 2020


The future of the EU: new perspectives

Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, this is an excellent moment to attempt to focus more directly on the EU itself and understand what is going on within it and how it might develop in the future. We find ourselves early in the EU’s new institutional cycle, with a new cast of EU leaders and a new set of policy priorities.

This report looks at what is happening in the EU and where it is headed. It also is intended to serve as an introduction to a group of young observers of the EU who are perhaps not yet as well known as they should be, but who bring a fresh perspective to what are often vexed and long-standing debates.

The report was written by Anand Menon, Sophia Russack, Lukas Obholzer, Matt Bevington, Julian Mieral, Johannes Greubel, Georgina Wright, Luigi Scazzieri, Paula Lamoso, Ilke Toygur, Natasza Styczynska, Pepijn Bergsen, Giada Lagana, Zsusanna Vegh, Tuomas Iso-Markku, Hanno Degner, Julia Magntorn Garrett, Brendan Moore, Katja Swider, Josephine Harmon, Armida van Rij and Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters.



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