With a general election in the United Kingdom approaching, and a British exit from the EU (the so-called “Brexit”) still a conceivable option, this paper discusses the most probable post-election scenarios.
The preservation of access to the EU’s internal market, its smooth functioning and further intensification of internal market integration are in the natural and vital interest of the Visegrad 4 countries, according to this Association for International Affair report.
The European Union should identify security sector reform in Serbia as one of its main areas of interest in the country’s accession process, according to this joint Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies-Democratization Policy Council analytical report.
This CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research paper presents research on competition measured in the Polish and European banking sectors before and during the global economic crisis, using the methods of bank competition theory known as the Industrial Organization Approach of Banking.
The latest edition of the Journal of Regional Security offers analysis on the problems of security governance in Africa, new and emerging structures in the defense sector in Southeastern Europe, and the role of civil society in constituting legitimacy in the process of police reform.
This Institute of World Policy booklet offer excerpts from speeches given at “Euro-Atlantic Partnership Day: Results of the NATO Summit in Wales,” an IWP conference held in September.
This Institute of Public Affairs publication offers a comprehensive report on the state of political Euroscepticism in Poland and Germany, within the context of the 2014 European Parliament elections.