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The impact of 1one1iness and iso1ation on the future of Europe
Populist right-wing regimes can paralyse the decision-making and common stance in the EU, while the same populist forces were blaming the community for being a lame duck.
Which European ecosystems are best for startups?
Policy brief inspired by ELF publication and webinar titled “The Road to a Smart and Sustainable European Union”.
The main goal of this ELF publication is to define the smart and green society in the European Union alongside with its critical
challenges and opportunities.
This paper sheds light on key topics pertaining to the future of debt, money, and banking from the EU from a liberal perspective. The paper enumerates key lessons from the current crisis and sketches the vision for the reform of fiscal rules in the EU.
This policy brief is based on the ELF publication and webinar titled “Tax competitiveness in the EU: A comparison between “new” and “old” member states”.
The main aim of this ELF publication is to present the cases examining tax competitiveness issues in the EU, explore differences between the “new” and “old” member states, and identify good practices.
This publication aims at contributing to the establishment of sustainable, inclusive and target-group-oriented training policies for migrants.
Fostering cybersecurity in the European Union
Since liberal democracy is linked to better policy outcomes, its resilience to populist threats is strong over the long run.
In the current global context, fighting for ideas of liberty, equality and democracy can be considered revolutionary. That is the essence of what Civic Platform for Young Liberal Activists (CPLA) participants have discussed this year.
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