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 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.
CES publications are supported, in part, by grants from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Programme.