The Future of the EU27

Future of the EU27

19th February 2019

Malta and Ireland as effective players in the global scene

In his address to the IIEA, Foreign Minister Abela draws comparisons between Ireland and Malta, arguing that our two countries can learn from each other and work together to achieve a more united Europe and a safer world.
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8th February 2019

EU Explorer: Mapping the Future of Europe

The EU Explorer is a new interactive tool, created by the IIEA as part of our Future of the EU27 project. This interactive country profile map was developed to build an understanding of the wide variety of views and policy positions across EU Member States.
1min
7th February 2019

A Green Perspective on the Future of the EU

In his keynote address, Mr Lamberts outlines the priorities of the Green/European Free Alliance (EFA) Group for the future of Europe.
1min
6th February 2019

EU Decision-making after Brexit: QMV and the balance of power

This policy brief looks at the potential changes to the balance of power within the Council of the European Union after Brexit, and the effect that the UK’s departure will have on the ‘Qualified Majority Voting’ mechanism that is commonly used.
1min

EU Affairs

21st February 2019

Brexit Brief 58

Issue 58 of the Brexit Brief notes the current state of play in the Brexit debate and collates relevant news from Ireland, the UK and the rest of the EU.
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21st February 2019

The View from Google: Privacy, GDPR and Ireland as a One Stop Shop

Mr Enright shares his perspectives on Google’s experiences of GDPR, on lessons learned along the way, and on how Google approaches privacy and data protection.
1min
20th February 2019

The European Commission’s Action Plans for a More Sustainable and Innovative Financial System

Olivier Guersent, Director-General of DG FISMA in the European Commission, discusses the future of sustainable finance and fintech in the EU.
1min
19th February 2019

Across the Great Divide: how Brexit has exposed Britain’s divisions and what can be done to heal them

In the third event in the ‘Countdown to Brexit’ series, David Goodhart explores how Brexit has shed light on the divisions in British society and how these can be overcome.
1min
14th February 2019

Systemic Risk in the Insurance Sector

Gabriel Bernardino argues that enhanced reporting and monitoring tools are needed to ensure that supervisors can identify potential systemic risks and vulnerabilities in the insurance sector.
1min

Brexit

13th February 2019

Countdown to Brexit: The State of Play

In the second event in the IIEA’s ‘Countdown to Brexit’ series a panel of experts from Dublin, Belfast and London discusses the current state of play in the debate.
2min
7th February 2019

Brexit Brief 57

Issue 57 of the Brexit Brief notes the current state of play in the Brexit debate and collates relevant news from Ireland, the UK and the rest of the EU.
1min
5th February 2019

Brexit: the consequences and challenges for Ireland

Launching the IIEA’s ‘Countdown to Brexit’ series of events, Dan O’Brien discusses the economic, political and geopolitical consequences of Britain’s expected exit from the EU in March.
1min
29th January 2019

Brexit: Clear thinking, common misunderstandings and ambiguous phrases

In this short article on behalf of the IIEA’s UK Group, John Temple Lang aims to provide some clarity on a number of phrases which, though widely used in the Brexit debate, are little understood, and which have caused some confusion.
1min
28th January 2019

Brexit State of Play Briefing

This briefing recaps recent events in the Brexit debate, and analyses the options available in the aftermath of the defeat of the UK Withdrawal Agreement in the House of Commons.
1min