• Brexit: No stable equilibrium
  • Designing the next extension – Conditional and time-limited
  • Yes, we should! - EU priorities for 2019-2024
  • Brexit: Decoupling the Political Declaration
  • Putting industrial policy at the top of the next Commission’s priority list
  • The case against a long extension of Article 50
  
Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Policy Centre

PRESIDENT
Herman Van Rompuy
President Emeritus of the European Council
and former Prime Minister of Belgium.


Latest publications

Brexit: No stable equilibrium
18 April 2019Larissa BrunnerA deeply divided country

Designing the next extension – Conditional and time-limited
5 April 2019Fabian ZuleegA long extension without a decision on the way forward in the UK would not be in the EU27’s best interest.

Yes, we should! EU priorities for 2019-2024
4 April 2019Challenge Europe

Brexit: Decoupling the Political Declaration
2 April 2019Andrew DuffA way out (?)

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From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0Coalition for Health, Ethics and Society (CHES)
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The Single Market RoundtableEPC in the refugee crisis debate
Social Investment ProjectNew pact for europe
TurkeyThe Challenges of jihadist radicalisation

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12 April 2019
A vote on the future for Europe’s refugees
Katharina Bamberg


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POLITICO Greece Playbook
Janis A. Emmanouilidis


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