Maria Demertzis, (2019), “Economic priorities for new EU leadership”, Bruegel, 10 September
Europe is no longer in crisis mode. However, it remains vulnerable; it is unprepared and it is procrastinating. Following European elections this May, new leaders are about to take their positions at the main European institutions for the next 5 years. They have the power in their hands to take action. But more importantly, they have the power to convene 28 states, which, if united, can play a significant global role. What are the urgent challenges that require collective European action?
- Guntram B. Wolff, (2019) «Why Europe needs a change of mind-set to fend off the risks of recession», Bruegel, 2 September
- Kemal, Dervis, (2019), “Which Way Now for the EU?”, Project-Syndicate.org, July