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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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Musings in the Mediterranean – The Valletta Summit

07 Feb 2017

The Valletta Summit brought EU leaders together with the principle aim of discussing new measures to strengthen cooperation with Libya and to close the central Mediterranean migration route.

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Skibbereen and Ludgate Hub show the Digital Single Market vision in action

28 Nov 2016

 

A disused Skibbereen bakery turned digital hub provided the centrepiece for National Digital Week 2016, and aims to demonstrate how digital can transform the local economy. 

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Two Hungarians

17 Nov 2016

‘Hungary to build “more massive” anti-migrant fence, says PM Orbán’. This headline in the Irish Independent demonstrated the remarkable contrast between two Hungarians – Miklós Németh and Viktor Orbán – and between their relationship with fences.

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker sets out his vision for the Europe

15 Sep 2016

 

In the run-up to the Bratislava Summit of the EU 27 on 16 September 2016, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker delivered his annual State of the Union Address in Strasbourg on 14 September 2016 before members of the European Parliament, the College of Commissioners and the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU. 

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Brexit: The UK referendum and its aftermath

24 Jun 2016

The UK's vote to leave the European Union will have immediate, dramatic, and profound consequences for all parties. This blog discusses the implications of the referendum for the UK, EU and Ireland.

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A Report from the Ninth Europe-Ukraine Forum, Lódz, Poland

30 Mar 2016

IIEA Senior Fellow, Marie Cross, attended the 9th Europe – Ukraine Forum in Lódz, Poland on 24-26 January, organised by the Polish Foundation Institute for Eastern Studies, and chaired a discussion panel dealing with “Ukraine’s integration with the EU - a challenge for Europe, a homework for Ukraine”. The following is her report on the Forum.

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Netherlands Referendum on EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

03 Mar 2016

This blog provides an overview of the origins and implications of Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.

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Poland’s October 2015 elections: possible implications for Poland’s engagement with the EU

20 Oct 2015

This blog outlines how the October 2015 parliamentary elections may be a turning point for Polish domestic politics and, in particular, for Polish relations with the European Union.

 

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The European Union and the Ukraine Crisis

09 Sep 2015

In this paper, Patrick Keatinge examines the current state of the Ukraine crisis, the possible scenarios for the future, and the implications of the crisis for both the European Union and Ireland. 

Download the paper by right-clicking here and choosing 'Save Link As'. 

 

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European Council remembers 1914 and plans ahead for the rest of the decade and beyond

25 Jun 2014

The IIEA research team outlines the major issues on the agenda for the European Council summit on 26-27 June 2014.

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Spring European Council: Balancing Crisis Management and Long Term Planning

19 Mar 2014

At the 2014 Spring European Council, European leaders will address the crisis in Ukraine, economic issues (European Semester, industrial competitivness, economic growth and taxation), climate and energy and EU-Africa relations. 

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