Digital firms must work with urgency to tackle deceptive content designed to mislead voters
Indonesia must reconcile its aim to be a leading Asian power with its current over-reliance on China
Focusing on the Werner and Delors Reports, this essay aims to capture key ideas and debates, giving a chronological overview of the EMU process
How could the EU help further fund Ukraine two years into the war?
The event will mark the anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, focusing on discussions about sanctions, accession, and energy
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Launch of the Bruegel paper on the future of the European single electricity market.
Contrary to expectations, there was no widespread increase in either within-country or global income inequality during the pandemic
The EU should try to attract more business from Taiwan, though Taiwan’s January 2024 election hasn’t made the job easier
Accelerating solar deployment, stockpiling and diversifying imports would mitigate the threat to European economic security from solar PV imports
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