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New Publication – A Guide to Brexit

24 May 2017

The IIEA’s Guide to Brexit aims to provide an accessible overview of what is known to date about the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. 

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Europe at a French crossroads?

24 May 2017

In this guest blog, Tony Kinsella, former Irish Times columnist examines Emmanuel Macron’s ascent to the French Presidency, and discusses the prospects of his party in the upcoming legislative elections.

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Germany Brief – Issue 2 May 2017

24 May 2017

This edition of the Germany Brief examines the outcomes of the regional elections in Schleswig-Holstein and North Rhine-Westphalia, recent party conferences and the ongoing tensions with Turkey.

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Brexit and the UK Manifestos

23 May 2017

This blog rounds up the key positions of the main UK parties on Brexit, ahead of the General Election on 8 June 2017.

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Chaos of fake news a reminder of the risks of technological progress

17 May 2017

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 As society grapples with the ever-increasing reach of digital technologies, the chaotic state of the news industry may come to be seen as the canary in the digital coalmine. 

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Brexit Brief Issue 19

17 May 2017

Issue 19 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief provides an update on a number of key issues in the UK withdrawal from the European Union, including the approval of the European Council’s negotiating guidelines, the European Commission’s response, and Michel Barnier’s visit to Ireland. It also tracks the recent activities of key players in Ireland, the UK and EU.

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Should US reveal the truth and withdraw from Paris Climate Agreement?

11 May 2017

As the latest round of climate negotiations kick off in Bonn this week, a tug of war in the White House on climate protection may have profound implications. Joseph Curtin, IIEA’s Senior Fellow, assesses the development of climate policy within the Trump administration, and the implications for future international climate cooperation in this analysis.

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Europol’s New Mandate

03 May 2017

On 1 May 2017, a new Europol regulation came into force which establishes Europol as the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation, updating their capabilities to fight terrorism, cybercrime and other serious and organised forms of crime. 

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Brexit and ‘Unity’ of the EU

03 May 2017

From Bratislava last September to Rome on 25 March and on to Brussels last Saturday, via the Commission White Paper on the Future of Europe, ‘Unity’ has become the dominant theme of the EU discourse following the Brexit referendum in the UK.

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Brexit Brief Issue 18

19 Apr 2017

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Issue 18 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief examines the current state of play in the debate over the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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Michel Barnier sets out his stall

19 Apr 2017

As the EU-27 prepare for the European Council meeting on 29 April which will set the negotiating mandate for the forthcoming talks with the UK Government, the EU Chief Negotiator, Michel Barnier, has given an insight into his approach to the demanding task to be undertaken by himself and his carefully assembled Brexit Task Force.

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