As part of the EU Policy Talk series, the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence is proud to publish a series of policy briefs from experts and scholars which addresses prominent policy issues facing the EU-Canada relationship.

“The ratification of CETA in EU member states”, EU Policy Brief #12, by Achim Hurrelmann (Carleton University), August 2023.

“European Green Deal: The Challenge of Implementation”, EU Policy Brief #11, by Felix Schenuit (German Institute for International and Security Affairs), July 2023.

“The European Union’s Strategic Compass”, EU Policy Brief #10, by Luca Ratti (University of Rome III), April 2022.

“The EU’s approach to regulating artificial intelligence”, EU Policy Brief #9, by Robert Gould (Carleton University), January 2022.

“COVID-19 and the European Union: Crisis and response”, EU Policy Brief #8, by Scott L. Greer (University of Michigan), July 2021.

“Is the time ripe to negotiate an Atlantic Free Trade Agreement? (AFTA)”, EU Policy Brief #7, by Armand de Mestral (McGill University), July 2021.

“The EU’s new regime for rule-of-law conditionality to protect the budget: Will it make a difference?”, EU Policy Brief #6, by Nanette Neuwahl (Université de Montréal), February 2021.

“European digital sovereignty: Combining self-interest with due diligence”, EU Policy Brief #5, by Annegret Bendiek (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin), December 2020.

“European Citizenship outside of European Union: How to make it relevant to all mobile Europeans”, EU Policy Brief #4, by Agnieszka Weinar (Carleton University), July 2020.

“EU cyber defense”, EU Policy Brief #3, by Didier Danet, Stéphane Taillat, & Julien Nocetti (Military Academy of Saint-Cyr, France), March 2020.

“The priorities of the new European Commission”, EU Policy Brief #2, by Anca Gurzu (POLITICO Europe), November 2019.

“Canadian public opinion on Brexit”, EU Policy Brief #1, by Achim Hurrelmann (Carleton University), October 2019.

These publications are supported by a grant from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.

The European Commission’s support for the production of these publications does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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