EU Priorities 2020

Elections 19-02-2018

The 2014 European Parliament elections, under the 2019 rules

On 23 February, the European Council will consider the European Parliament’s proposals for the reallocation of MEPs between different member states. However, the allocations of the seats might be at the expense of the Left and the hard Right, writes Nicholas Whyte.
The Visegrad Group (consisting of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia) has struggled with the image of being the EU’s trouble-maker

Many shades of the Visegrad Group

A new research among the Visegrad Group’s European policy communities found that policy trend-setters in the four countries are not entirely happy with the current V4 brand, write Vít Dostál and Zsuzsanna Végh.

Duff : Is the European Parliament really a serious parliament?

Over the years, step by step, the European Parliament has won a share of real constitutional power. Today, circumstances have thrown it a golden opportunity to take another major step – but it looks as though MEPs are going to retreat again, argues Andrew Duff.