Posts Tagged ‘EU Commission’

Ideas Monitor #7/2016

This week’s intellectual debate has been dominated by the Brexit referendum; the consequences of the economic crisis; and the evolution of the European Commission....

Political Briefing #91/2016

The evolution of Brexit remains one of the main concerns of British and European politicians. Meanwhile, the refugee crisis continues to make the headlines all over Europe and Greece is back under the...

Political Briefing #35/2016

“If it turns out no tax has been paid on the transactions [to offshore entities], we have our instruments to collect what is owed (...) To me, the use of offshore companies shows you want to run awa...

Renzi Vs Juncker: interactive dashboard

The clash between Italy and the Commission is as communicative as it is political. In an unusually sharp exchange, for instance, Renzi recently reminded the Commission that the times in which Italy wo...

Political Briefing #18/2017

A top EU official claimed that the next Rome Summit will submit ideas of unity, and not disintegration. In other news: Dutch elections, the Brexit debate, the relations between Poland and the EU and t...

Political Briefing #41/2016

“We benefit, though, from the single market, making our economy bigger, creating jobs and more tax revenue. We get back much more overall than we put in. I think our membership fee is worthwhile. (....

Political Briefing #34/2016

“I could have handled this better. I know there are lessons to learn and I will learn them. And don’t blame No. 10 Downing Street, or nameless advisers – blame me. And I will learn the lessons...