The idea of a “Federation of Nation States”, made known by Jacques Delors, guides the Jacques Delors Institute’s work. Research is focused on analysing the specificities of EU member states, as well as examining political issues such as ...
The idea of a “Federation of Nation States”, made known by Jacques Delors, guides our work research, which focusses mainly on analysing the specificities and identities of EU member states, as well as examining political issues such as competence sharing between EU and national levels and the modes of European government, including on the basis of differentiation.
The democratisation of the European Union is making constant progress, and yet the economic and financial crisis, the advance of globalisation and the rise in new communication networks have put European political systems and the EU to the test.
An article about the impact of Brexit on trade entitled "União Europeia. Mercado Único continua com força depois da saída do Reino Unido" on the Portugese information website The Democrat interviews Elvire Fabry, Senio Research Fellow at the ...
An article about the Brexit talks entitled "'Horribly complex' Brexit talks to keep UK stranded in EU for TEN years, former WTO boss" in the British newspaper Express interviews the pemeritus president of the Jacques Delors Institute, Pascal Lamy.
An article about the Brexit talks entitled "Prepare for the worst with Brexit, former WTO chief warns businesses" in the Irish newspaper Irish Independent interviews the emeritus president of the Jacques Delors Institute, Pascal Lamy.
A program about the future of the European Union entitled "Europe Unbound" on the British broadcast BBC Radio 4 interviews Pascal Lamy, emeritus president of the Jacques Delors Institute, from the minute 11'20.