Just as its founding President, the Jacques Delors Institute believes that European construction concerns all citizens, members of civil society and political actors all over Europe. Our work therefore covers quintessential political, institutional and civic issues that structure the functioning of the EU and the European public sphere.
An article about Brexit negotiations entitled "'The only question is how much you owe': Top Eurocrat says Brexit negotiations are 'damage limitation' for UK as PM's former aide admits Article 50 was triggered too early" in the British newspaper Daily ...
An article about the Brexit negociations entitled "Reino Unido enfrenta fortes obstáculos alemães ao Brexit"in the Portugese newspaper Jornal Economico interviews Pascal Lamy, emeritus President of the Jacques Delors Institute.
An article about the Brexit process in times of the EU Council entitled "Brexit breakfast — Spain to seize Catalan control — Germany’s new digital divide" in the international newspaper Politico interviews the emeritus President of the Jacques ...
A show about the analysis of the Brexit negociations entitled "What Would A No-Deal Brexit Would Look Like? We Asked A Former WTO Chief" on the British broadcast LBC interviews the emeritus President of the Jacques Delros Institute, Pascal Lamy.
An article about the Brexit negociations entitled "Transition troubles loom for Brexit Britain" in the British newspaper The Financial Times interviews the emeritus President of the Jacques Delors Institute, Pascal Lamy.
A reportage about the Catalan crisis entitled "Union européenne : les leçons de la crise catalane" on the French-German channel Arte interviews Elvire Fabry, Research Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute.