Euidea #9 International Spectator Special Issue
Nicoletta Pirozzi, Head of European Union politics and institutions program at IAI and Scientific coordinator of the Euidea project, Matteo Bonomi, research fellow at IAI and co-coordinator of the Euidea project and Sandra Lavenex, Professor of European and international politics at the University of Geneva, the tree co-editor of the Special Issue, discuss how much and what forms of differentiation does the European Union need in order to support the integration process and when, on the other hand, differentiation should be avoided in order not to favor forms of disintegration
Euidea #8: Differentiated integration as a conscious policy choice. The way forward
A discussion with Vittoria Meißner, Senior Researcher at the Institut für Europäische Politik, and Stefan Telle, Research Associate at the European University Institute
Euidea #7: How effective is differentiation in the EU’s economic policy field?
A discussion with Eulalia Rubio, Senior Research Fellow at Jacques Delors Institute.
Euidea #6: Differentiation and the European Union’s foreign and security policy
A discussion with Juha Jokela, Programme Director at Finnish Institute of International Affairs.
Euidea #5: Work package 6: The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ), including migration.
A discussion with Emmanuel Comte, Senior Research Fellow at Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), and Asli Okyay, Senior Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI).
Euidea #4: Single market and EMU, a differentiated integration system that works.
A discussion with Marta Pilati, Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC), and Sebastian Mack, Policy Fellow for European Financial Markets at the Jacques Delors Centre in Berlin.
Euidea #3: How to reinvigorate the European project, trough a SMART Differentiated Integration.
How to move integration forward is one of the important topics in the debate on the future of the European Union. So it will be one of the focus points of the future Conference on the Future of Europe. But the tensions that are hurting the unity of the Union make the conversation difficult. On what basis can a constructive discussion be built?
A discussion with Prof. Ingrid Shikova (Head of Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, European Studies Department, Sofia University “St.Kliment Ohridski”) and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wessels (Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, Centre for Turkey and EU Studies, University of Cologne), moderated by Lorenzo Robustelli (Editor in Chief at Eunews).
Euidea #2: Differentiated integration among the post-Brexit scenarios.
A discussion with Fabian Zuleeg, Chief Executive of the European Policy Centre, and Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Reform.
Euidea #1: Brexit, where are we?
The first podcast of EUIDEA program is about the Brexit process. Nicoletta Pirozzi (IAI) and Piero Tortola (University of Groningen), moderated by Matteo Bonomi (IAI), discuss the withdrawal strategy, examine what kind of turmoil Brexit has caused in Britain and in Europe, and address the question of whether the rest of EU can be affected by other “exits”.