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  • Poland and the Future of Europe

    On July 4, 2018, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki presented Poland’s view on the future of Europe at the Plenary of the European Parliament. July 4 is not only the anniversary of the United States Declaration of Independence but also the aphelion, the day in the year when the Earth is farthest from the Sun; and…

  • May Must Go It Alone At First EU Meeting In The Hot Seat

    This blog is published on The Times website. Theresa May will find herself seated between the prime ministers of Malta and Estonia at her first summit of EU leaders this afternoon. She won’t be sitting there for long. EU tradition dictates that every six months leaders shift one place to their left, reflecting the bloc’s…

  • Nord Stream II – Power Struggle For More Russian Gas in Europe

    Nord Stream II: delayed, not cancelled In late August, media outlets across Europe were electrified with news that Gazprom, along with five European companies, withdrew its merger application for a joint venture to build the controversial Nord Stream II (NS2) pipeline. The reason for that surprising move was the objection of Poland’s competition authority (UOKiK)…

  • FTI Consulting EU 2016 Outlook

    The EU is going through something of an existential crisis and 2016 will arguably be the most critical year in its history. Challenges range from refugees and migration to the Brexit referendum and growing anti-EU sentiment and populism in many member states. At the same issues like tax, the Digital Single Market, the circular economy…

  • EU Energy Security 2.0

    Taking its first step towards the delivery of the Energy Union, on Tuesday 16th February, the European Commission (EC) presented its Energy Security Package. With the aim of bolstering security of supply, the package sets out a wide range of measures to strengthen the European Union’s (EU’s) resilience to gas supply disruptions and takes yet…

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