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  • Author: Stuart Bell
  • 26 décembre 2011
  • Europe

What future for the European left ?

Sir Stuart Bell, member of the supervisory board of the Fondation pour l’innovation politique, labour member of Parliament studies the future of the European Left. Lire la suite

  • Author: Wolfgang Glomb
  • 2 février 2011
  • Europe

The franco-german tandem confronts the Euro crisis

Recent events affecting the monetary stability of the euro area have revealed deep misunderstandings between the French and the Germans. France argues that political considerations must prevail over European subjects, while Germany defended at all costs the principle of monetary stability… Lire la suite

  • Author: Nicolas Bouzou
  • 8 juillet 2010
  • Europe

Four Proposals to Stem the Tide of Protectionism in Europe

Since the banking and financial crisis began, increasingly loud calls have been made for protectionist measures at the European level. While calls for protectionism are common in this type of situation, the most reliable studies show how dangerous they are. … Lire la suite

  • Author: Dominique Reynié
  • 8 juillet 2010
  • Europe

The 2009 European Elections Confirmed the Supremacy of the Right in the EU

The 2009 European Elections Confirmed the Supremacy of the Right in the EU Coinciding with José Manuel Barroso’s re-election at the head of the European Commission, the Fondation pour l’Innovation Politique offers an analysis of the June 2009 European election … Lire la suite

  • Author: Nicolas Bouzou
  • 21 septembre 2009
  • Europe

The German Economy on the Eve of the General Election

With the country in the grip of a recession, economic issues have dominated Germany’s federal election campaign. The campaign has focused on the economic and financial crisis, taxes and the funding of the pension system, the environment and energy policy, … Lire la suite

  • Author: Jean-Michel Debrat
  • 15 juin 2009
  • Europe

European Development Policy: A Response to the Crisis Affecting Globalisation

In a previous essay published in 2006, we looked at Europe’s place in the world and concluded that we needed to create, step by step, a veritable European system of development cooperation. Nearly three years later, the new issues surrounding … Lire la suite

  • Author: Dominique Reynié
  • 21 mai 2009
  • Europe

The rise of a new European sentiment

Survey of 15 130 Europeans across the 27 EU Member States Three weeks before the European elections, the Fondation pour l’innovation politique, in partnership with Le Figaro, releases the findings of a survey of 15 130 Europeans. This survey is … Lire la suite

  • Author: Frédéric Allemand
  • 10 février 2009
  • Europe

The Mediterranean Union: Why and How?

Launched by Nicolas Sarkozy in the spring of 2007, the Mediterranean Union project, renamed the “Barcelona Process: the Mediterranean Union” in March 2008, heralds a new era in the complex but essential relations between the European Union and the countries … Lire la suite

  • Author: Allan Janik
  • 6 février 2009
  • Europe

Towards a New Philosophy for the EU: Globalization and Political Cultures in Europe

According to philosopher Allan Janik, the feeling that the EU is being swept away by globalization feeds the notion that European democracy is faltering. Janik argues for a new public philosophy based on a consensual European attitude towards globalization. At … Lire la suite

  • Author: Damien Tresallet
  • 6 février 2009
  • Environment

Greening Economic Growth: Towards a Global Strategy for Europe

In the context of an unstable global economy, three of the principal polluting nations ­ China, India and the United States ­ have, up to now, been reluctant to ratify any binding agreement on climate change. Consequently, it has been … Lire la suite