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Jun 17 2013
The latest agreement on the governance of the Schengen border control regime simply revamps old rules and changes little on the ground.
Concerned by growing migratory pressures on Europe’s external borders, some EU member states have called for a revision of the rules regarding the imposition of national border controls within the EU. Ruben Zaiotti examines the recent agreement on the governance … Continue reading
Posted by: June 17, 2013
Jun 14 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 8 – 14 June: Turkey’s protests continue, Hollande declares crisis over, and Iceland suspends EU negotiations.
Chris Gilson takes a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre and the crisis The weekend sees French President Francois Hollande declare the eurozone crisis to now be over. Lost in EUrope is worried about the statement, saying … Continue reading
Posted by: June 14, 2013
Jun 8 2013
Despite their trade row, China and the EU face similar challenges to energy security and conservation.
The recent trade dispute over solar panels shows the fraught relations between China and the EU over energy. Justine Doody writes that the current quarrel could pit the two against each other in a wider struggle. For now, technical rather … Continue reading
Posted by: June 8, 2013
Jun 7 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 1 – 7 June: IMF admits mistakes in Greek bailout, Brussels vs Brussels, and a red card for EU legislation?
Chris Gilson takes a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre and the crisis One of the main stories this week is the IMF’s admission that it made mistakes in the way that it and its Troika partners … Continue reading
Posted by: June 7, 2013
May 31 2013
Brussels blog round-up for 25 – 31 May: Commissioners in trouble, UK challenged over migrants’ benefits, and should the EU get rid of its small change?
Chris Gilson takes a look at the week in Brussels blogging. The EU centre and the crisis This week, the European Commission announced that some eurozone members would be given more time to get their deficits under control, for example, France … Continue reading
Posted by: May 31, 2013