Euidea – Differentiated integration in EU foreign policy – Lead groups on Iran and Ukraine

Lead groups: does this practice dilute EU foreign polocy cohesion or, on the contrary, give it direction and content?
This video is based on the paper by Riccardo Alcaro and Marco Siddi: “Differentiation in EU Foreign and Security Policy: EU LEad Groups in the Iranian Nuclear dispute and the Ukraine crisis”.

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The future of EU-UK relationship.

A brief policy debate with Nicoletta Pirozzi (IAI and EU IDEA project coordinator) Fabian Zuleeg (EPC chief executive) and Kati Piri (MEP and co-rapporteur on the future EU/UK partnership). In this video, we discuss the main issues addressed at the public event organized in Brussels by EPC in the framework of the Horizon 2020 project.

Euidea – Schengen under pressure

The video is based on the homonym Policy Paper by Marie De Somer, Head of the Migration & Diversity Programme at the European Policy Centre (EPC), Brussels, and Visiting Professor at KU Leuven and Sciences Po.; Funda Tekin, Director of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP), Berlin; Vittoria Meissner, Senior Researcher at IEP.

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Euidea – Presentation of work package 4, 5, 6

Sabancı University has virtually hosted the Executive Board Meeting and a number of workshops with the Consortium members in October 8th and 9th to keep working on the research and analysis activities. Remote working sessions has brought together 15 institutional partners from different locations within and outside the European Union to take stock of the situation and discuss the state of play for EU IDEA work packages 4-5-6.

Euidea – Brexit and External Differentiation in Single Market Access

The video is based on the homonym Policy Brief by Andreas Eisl, Research Fellow on European Economic Policy at the Institut Jacques Delors, and Eulalia Rubio, Senior Research Fellow on European Economic Policy at the Institut Jacques Delors. It explained the two possible scenarios that Brexit could have lead to.

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Brexit Reviewed: Process, Consequences, and Scenarios.

This public conference on Brexit was held at the University of Groningen on 11 April 2019, as part of a two-day meeting of the EU IDEA project consortium. The main topics addressed were the potential ramifications of Brexit in light of the extension granted to the May government until end of October 2019, the connection between Brexit and democracy, including the democratic paradox, as well as the implications of Brexit for Central European countries. Keynote speakers were Pier Domenico Tortola, University of Groningen, Larissa Brunner, European Policy Centre in Brussels, Lars Rensmann, University of Groningen, and Petr Kratochvíl, Institute of International Relations in Prague.

EU IDEA – Presentation of Work Packages 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

On 29 January 2019, the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI), with the support of Compagnia di San Paolo – International Affairs Programme – hosted a public conference on differentiated integration that marked the launch of “EU IDEA – EU Integration and Differentiation for Effectiveness and Accountability”. 

On that occasion, EU IDEA made a video presenting the Work Packages 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

EU IDEA – Presentation of the project

Nicoletta Pirozzi, Head of the EU, politcs and institutions and EU IDEA Project Coordinator, introduced EU IDEA at the very beginning of the project.