The current financial and economic crisis constitutes a unique challenge to the economic and financial governance of the European Union. While economic and fiscal policies remain national competencies of the Member States, they exercise them within an EU system of non-discrimination, solidarity and mutual co-ordination, with fifteen of the Member States sharing a common currency and monetary policy. However, the scale of this crisis forced national political leaders to concentrate primarily on battling their economies’ slide into depression, and only in the second place on complying with the EU’s economic governance. The principal aim of the report is to analyse policy reactions to these crises at national and EU level and to evaluate their contribution to the EU’s evolution on the continuum between less and more integration.
'Iraq - after 20 years' Mérce (HU) article by FEPS Secretary General, László Andor.
Wie der Ukraine-Krieg die europäische Politik verändert
by Vorwärts 24/02/2023
'How the war in Ukraine changed European politics' Vorwärts article written by László Andor, FEPS Secretary General and Uwe Optenhoegel, FEPS Vice-President
En Europe, le marché unique fête ses 30 ans, entre satisfaction et désillusion
by Le Monde 01/02/2023
'In Europe, the single market celebrates its 30th anniversary, between satisfaction and disillusionment' Le Monde article with an intervention by László Andor, FEPS Secretary General
Zapatero dice que tuvo peores manifestaciones en contra y ganó las elecciones
by El diario 30/01/2023
'Zapatero declares he had worse demonstrations against him and still won the election' Público article on Zapatero's intervention during FEPS event 'Right-wing extremism and our progressive duty to fight it'
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