We know that developing a European foreign policy requires a long period of political and intellectual coming-of-age. Since the Maastricht Treaty Jacques Delors has been calling for the development of “common actions” in key areas of the EU’s external action. The Institute is therefore focusing on the challenges of trade, relations with our neighbours, migration and security, while working to promote a comprehensive strategy to engage Europe in globalisation through enhanced coordination of the entire range of external action instruments.
We need a European Security and Defence Union – and it is what our citizens want. This narrative has accompanied recent Franco-German and European efforts to foster closer cooperation on security and defence. But what do French and German citizens ...
"VIDEO. Le Brexit est-il une chance pour l'Europe ? La réponse d'Enrico Letta". The president of th Jacques Delors Institute, Enrico Letta, is invited on the show Avenue de l'Europe on the French channel France3.
The EU migration governance architecture is struggling to control migratory flows to Europe. The EU and its Member States need to commit to a broad spectrum of operational interventions and progressive policy options.
"La UE y Reino Unido pactan los términos de su divorcio". Eulalia Rubio, senior reasearch at the Jacques Delors Institute on the EU economic and social questions, is interviewed on the spanish broadcast RFI.