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After 13 consecutive years of decline in democracy and freedom around the world, it is necessary to closely examine the trends that underpin this troubling development – as well as challenge some long-held assumptions.

Setting a Course for European Leadership

Maritime transport plays an essential role in the European economy, transporting 75% of its external trade. Yet, as the EU strives to move towards a climate-neutral economy that acts in harmony with the environment, the sector must play its part in the transition.

Global Trends to 2030: Challenges and Choices for Europe

The #ESPAS19 conference took place on 14-15 October 2019, bringing together a select community of global foresight practitioners and strategists to explore the latest and most pressing social, economic, technological and geopolitical trends shaping the future of Europe and the world.

The nature of work has always undergone profound changes. But the Fourth Industrial revolution has drastically accelerated the pace of labour market transformations. This paper zooms into some of the biggest challenges facing Europe as it transitions into a new world of work.

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Europa Connectivity Forum | 27 September 2019

This landmark event gathered top politicians as well as business and thought leaders from Europe and the Asia-Pacific region for a constructive dialogue on the future of EU-Asia Connectivity.

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31 October 2019

After 13 consecutive years of decline in democracy and freedom around the world, it is necessary to closely examine the trends that underpin this troubling development – as well as challenge some long-held assumptions.

Issue 32
28 October 2019

Maritime transport plays an essential role in the European economy, transporting 75% of its external trade. Yet, as the EU strives to move towards a climate-neutral economy that acts in harmony with the environment, the sector must play its part in the transition.

9 October 2019

The nature of work has always undergone profound changes. But the Fourth Industrial revolution has drastically accelerated the pace of labour market transformations. This paper zooms into some of the biggest challenges facing Europe as it transitions into a new world of work.

Issue 31
19 July 2019

As global warming causes the Central Arctic Ocean’s ice to melt at an unprecedented rate, never has the region’s importance for human and planetary survival been clearer. But the changing Arctic environment is also opening lucrative new opportunities for resource extraction, transport and connectivity, attracting a whole host of new actors, with the potential to aggravate environmental fallout and to turn the region into a geopolitical hotspot.

Issue 30
18 July 2019

In the 21st century, those who control digital technologies are increasingly able to influence economic, societal and political outcomes. In this context, the growing ‘geopoliticisation’ of technology implies a paradigm change for the notion of strategic autonomy.

 EPSC in Brief

The European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC) is the European Commission’s in-house think tank, established in November 2014 by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. 

Tasked with a mission to innovate and disrupt, the EPSC provides the President and the College of Commissioners with strategic, evidence-based analysis and forward-looking policy advice.

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Europa Connectivity Forum
27 September 2019

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ESPAS Annual Conference 2019 
14-15 October 2019

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