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10 Trends Shaping Democracy in a Volatile World

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.

10 Trends Shaping the Future of Work in Europe

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.

Delivering on European Common Goods

3 May 2019
Strengthening Member States' Capacity to Act in the 21st Century

This paper makes the case for identifying and prioritising policy areas where the EU can add tangible value and provide greater global weight to Member States pursuing their joint strategic interests so-called 'European Common Goods'. 

The Future of Work? Work of the Future!

10 May 2019
On How Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation Are Transforming Jobs and the Economy in Europe

Artificial Intelligence and robotisation are already well and truly transforming our daily lives. But many questions remain as to the impact that they will have on economy and society. What will be the impact on job creation and labour markets? What implications for education systems? Are our societal values at risk? This in-depth study takes a close look at these key questions for Europe’s future.

Sustainable Europe 2030

8 April 2019
From Goals to Delivery

This publication was put together in the context of the High-Level Conference ‘Sustainable Europe 2030: From Goals to Delivery’ and presents a short collection of insightful, forward-looking essays on the topic.

Challenges and Choices for Europe

8 April 2019
Global Trends to 2030

The next decade will be defining for the future of Europe and Europe’s role in the world. The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) report Global Trends to 2030: Challenges and Choices for Europe is a forward-looking contribution to support policy- and decision-makers in the upcoming 2019-2024 EU institutional cycle, which promises to hold new challenges, but also opportunities.

Europe's Sustainability Puzzle

8 April 2019
Broadening the Debate

Delivering on sustainable development is about far more than ticking the boxes of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Taking the EU and the world on a sustainable path requires a deep economic and societal transformation across the board. Above all, it means recognising the unique sustainability struggles that Europe faces: those of a highly-advanced economy in which citizens have become accustomed to certain levels of social protection and private consumption, but which today faces significant structural challenges.

EU Industrial Policy After Siemens-Alstom

18 March 2019
Finding a New Balance Between Openness and Protection

Amid calls for a more ambitious and strategic EU industrial policy, this paper explores a possible new balance between openness and protection as part of a joined-up strategy to create a more level global playing field, while shoring up industrial innovation and productivity at home.

Joining Forces

14 February 2019
The Way Towards the European Defence Union

This Brief highlights how a genuine and credible European Defence Union, in strong partnership with NATO, can effectively contribute to global stability, and deliver on the promise of lasting peace, security and prosperity.

Strong Europe, Better World

21 January 2019
Defending Global Cooperation, Multilateralism and Democracy in Turbulent Times

As this new publication highlights, the EU is committed to standing up for multilateralism and democracy. With over six decades of experience in pursuing cooperation, the EU has a unique vantage point on the need to work together and to respect each other’s views. 


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