The €200 billion “defence shield” risks undermining European solidarity. This could be avoided by designing it well.
The way to help Ukraine will be to assist in reconstruction and not place artificial impediments to immigration of those who have already suffered.
The EPC would not be, and should not be, regarded as a substitute for EU accession, but should be designed to work as an accelerator.
Labour-market data on LGBTQIA+ people is limited, but there is some evidence that those in same-sex partnerships experience discrimination.
Even though most large Chinese SOEs are not listed, they generate most of their revenue from their listed subsidiaries.
Action to intervene in the gas and electricity wholesale markets is also being taken at European Union level, which is what we analyse in this paper.
Since taking office, von der Leyen has frequently brought the continent together in the face of unprecedented challenges.
Europe must increasingly deal with the harmful impacts of climate change, regardless of its success in reducing emissions.
What risks does China's rise pose to the security of the international financial architecture?
At this closed-door event we will discuss the realistic deployment prospects for SMRs and their future in Europe's energy systems.
What skills are needed for the digital future, and how can governments and companies support the retraining of people who lack these skills?
While mistakes unduly constrained rate hikes, gradual tightening is the right approach along with a new instrument to address energy bottlenecks.
Abenomics has fallen short in many ways, but Japan has still largely coped with an aging society while maintaining a high level of income equality.
Europe should investigate the possibility of ‘digital frontier worker’ status for cross-border remote workers.
The ECB’s pandemic emergency purchase programme has improved substantially the debt dynamics of euro-area countries, with durable effects.
Russia has recorded a record trade surplus, but more than half of its increase is due to the collapse of imports.
Self-employed women are at a wealth disadvantage, according to ECB household finance data, and thus have more to gain from policies that spur saving.