• Insight by Stephen Tindale, 10 April 2014

    Europe should improve energy efficiency, develop all alternative gas sources, and expand renewable, CCS and nuclear energy. The foreign policy advantages would justify the cost.

  • Bulletin article by Ian Bond, 31 March 2014

    British politicians love to criticise the European Convention on Human Rights. A closer look would show them that they should praise it, not bury it.

  • Opinion piece by Stephen Tindale
    Progress online, 27 March 2014

    Well done Nick Clegg. Not for winning – it is hard to debate with someone who regards the truth as just one option – but for taking part. And for the radical strategy of making the European elections about Europe.

  • Insight by Rem Korteweg, 26 March 2014

    Cameron may face an EU reform deal when the new Commission takes office later this year, threatening his renegotiation strategy.

  • Insight by Simon Tilford, 10 March 2014

    Instead of being criticised for pursuing competitive devaluations, eurozone countries that manage to devalue their real exchange rates are extolled as an example for others.

  • Opinion piece by Nicholas Watt
    The Guardian, 05 March 2014

    Nick Clegg has said that David Cameron's "peculiar" plans to renegotiate the terms of Britain's EU membership ahead of a referendum by the end of 2017 are "condemned to failure". In a speech to the Centre for European Reform on Wednesday, in which he declared that pro-Europeans were best placed to modernise the EU, the deputy prime minister said Cameron would only achieve a "little twea

  • Insight by Charles Grant, 03 March 2014

    A group of French thinkers wants to establish a federal 'Euro Community'. Their scheme could harm the single market and make Britain's position in the EU uncomfortable.

  • Opinion piece by Stephen Tindale
    Progress online, 27 February 2014

    What should Ed Miliband discuss in his meeting with Europe’s most powerful and successful politician, German chancellor Angela Merkel? The economy will rightly be top of the agenda.