• 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.

  • Report by Charles Grant, 10 February 2014

    Charles Grant discusses the challenges facing the EU in 2014, such as the European elections, Britain's slide towards the exit and the continuing travails of the eurozone.

  • The CER proposes reforming the EU’s policies and institutions, to foster a more dynamic European economy and to make decision-making more accountable.

  • Opinion piece by
    E!Sharp, 08 October 2013

    SOZOPOL, July 20, 2018 1.15pm BST(Reuters) The future of the EU's 28-country Schengen area looked uncertain last night as members quarrelled over whether to admit Croatia to the club.

  • Bulletin article by Hugo Brady, 27 September 2013

    EU ministers will put years of political wrangling behind them this autumn when they sign off a new set of rules for the Schengen area.

  • Opinion piece by
    Prospect, 26 June 2013

    Right from the start, EU immigration was the glaringly obvious hole in David Cameron’s pledge to “reduce net immigration into the UK from the hundreds to the tens of thousands”.

  • Bulletin article by Hugo Brady, 24 May 2013

    Britain's government has finally reached internal agreement on opting out of EU police co-operation. But the fragile accord exposes the coalition’s fundamental differences over Europe.

  • Opinion piece by
    Carnegie Europe, 01 April 2013

    The decision to establish a third official seat of the European Parliament (EP) in Dresden, quietly announced on Friday afternoon, when most observers and journalists had already left Brussels to head home for Easter, is a classic example of EU horse-trading. It is also epitomises everything that is wrong with Brussels.