13 February 2024
13 February 2024
17 January 2024
The EU will never become a serious geopolitical player without reducing national veto power.
09 November 2023
Clearer rule of law standards are needed to prevent strategic use of corruption in both enlargement countries and the current EU.
11 July 2023
This paper analyses Ukraine’s war economy management and performance, according to information available in June 2023.
05 October 2022
Discussion of a European Political Community ahead of the summit in Prague on 6 October.
22 September 2022
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.
25 July 2022
A collection of articles compiled following a joint Bruegel-Intereconomics event on EU enlargment.
14 June 2022
In the latest installment of the Sound of Economics Live we debated whether Ukraine's accession to the EU should be facilitated.
15 March 2022
The European Union should grant candidate status to Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, as part of a long-term stabilisation strategy.
14 March 2022
European Union membership for Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine is at present unrealistic, but they should be offered more than Association Agreements.
27 April 2021
The rocky start to the European Union’s vaccination rollout has allowed Moscow and Beijing to score political points in the Balkans and Central and Ea
28 August 2020
If the European Union can mediate effectively to resolve current Greek-Turkish tensions over energy in the Eastern Mediterranean, it could also provid
15 June 2020
Muddled initial reactions to the COVID-19 crisis tarnished the EU’s image in the Western Balkans. Europe should not take for granted the extent of its
12 May 2020
At this event European Commissioner Várhelyi and EBRD President Sir Suma Chakrabarti will discuss what Europe is doing to help it's neighbourhood resp
27 February 2020
The ‘new enlargement methodology’ may help overcome the impasse triggered by the inability of the European Council to open accession negotiations with
30 September 2019
Historically, the EU enlargement process played a powerful role in encouraging the EU candidates and potential candidates to conduct fundamental polit