UE: Dinamici, Tendințe – doc

Se rupe lanţul prieteniei. Grupul de la Vişegrad este divizat: V4 s-a transformat în V2+2. Ungaria şi Polonia au luat mai multe măsuri în ultimii ani ce le-au îndepărtat de curentul principal al Uniunii Europene, în timp ce Cehia şi Slovacia au făcut reforme şi sunt văzute drept democraţii liberale în UE – zf, 8.01.22



2021


O separare legală de UE ar costa scump Polonia / Verdictul Curții Constituționale reprezintă o mai gravă amenințare la adresa unității UE comparativ cu Brexitul – Financial Times, 12.10.21

Merkel susține că Europa trebuie să își definească mai clar propriile interese de securitate: „America nu mai este pregătită să-şi asume în mod necondiţionat un rol de lider pretutindeni în lume” – 11.10

Polish Court Ruling Sets Stage for ‘Polexit’ – FP, 8.10
Brussels is scrambling to stamp down a frontal challenge from a Polish court that threatens to undermine the entire European project. By Amanda Coakley, an international correspondent based in Vienna

Europe Is Fighting Over Its Fiscal Future – FP, 22.09
France and Italy want to fend off the frugals and make COVID-19-era budget flexibility a feature, not a bug. By Michele Barbero, an Italian journalist based in Paris

Europeans Want to Stay Out of the New Cold War – FP, 22.09
New polling shows that Europeans think a struggle between Washington and Beijing is unavoidable—but want no part of it. By Ivan Krastev, the chair of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Mark Leonard, the co-founder and director of the European Council on Foreign Relations

Ministrul german al apărării propune misiuni militare mai rapide şi independente: ”Pot exista situații în care avem interese diferite de NATO” – CdG, 19.09

”Independența politică” și ”suveranitatea tehnologică”, priorități ale Franței la conducerea UE – rfi, 9.09

The Slow but Steady Strengthening of Europe’s Values – FP, 19.08
Democratic principles were largely irrelevant to the EU’s founding—but are at the center of the project today. By Caroline de Gruyter, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a Europe correspondent for the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad

How ambassadors took over the EU – Politico, 24.06

Is Europe Any Good at Soft Power? – FP, 14.06
The increasingly aggressive authoritarianism of Belarus is an acute test of the EU’s diplomatic self-image. By Caroline de Gruyter, a Europe correspondent for the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad and a columnist at Foreign Policy

After the Pandemic, the EU Must Prove Its Worth – FP, 9.06
To revive the project, Europe’s leaders should reassert the union as a global power. By Susi Dennison, director of the European Power program at the European Council on Foreign Relations

Sfârșitul erei unanimității în Uniunea Europeană? – RFI, 9.06

Phoenix european: Cum a devenit UE mai puternică în pandemieLucian Lumezeanu, spotmedia, 17.05

Ziua Europei – Iohannis: Provocările nu diminuează, ci reconfirmă relevanţa proiectului european – 9.05

Towards a strategic agenda for the E3 – CH, 28.04
Opportunities and risks for France, Germany and the UK

The EU’s Next Big Problem Is Switzerland – FP, 22.04
Europe is facing its first post-Brexit test of how tough it should be with its close neighbors. By Caroline de Gruyter

Stabilitatea UE îi va încurca din nou pe criticii ei. În ciuda pandemiei, UE e într-o formă politică mai bună decât SUA sau Regatul Unit – FT, 12.04

Will the EU emerge from the coronavirus crisis stronger or weaker? – ECFR, 11.03
After its mixed Covid response, the EU must now focus on really delivering what its citizens want. By Timothy Garton Ash

„Suveranitatea europeană”: ce promovează liderii și ce înțeleg europenii – RFI, 2.03


2021



The Arab Spring Changed Everything—in Europe – FP, 24.12.20
A decade after Arabs started a regional revolution, it’s the neighboring continent that will never be the same. By Anchal Vohra

The crisis that made the European Union: European cohesion in the age of covid – ECFR, 15.12.20


Sovereign Europe, dangerous world: Five agendas to protect Europe’s capacity to actMark Leonard, Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR, 1.12.20