The Jacques Delors Institute is examining the functioning of EU institutions and ways of improving their legitimacy and effectiveness. Its main research work concerns the optimal political balance within the European institutional trapezium ...
The Jacques Delors' Institute analyzes the functioning of EU institutions and how to improve their legitimacy and effectiveness. Our main research focuses on the political balance in the optimal institutional triangle (Commission, European Council, the EU Council and European Parliament), the Community method and the impact of the new EU treaties.
Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, is interviewed by the Franco-German newspaper Arte Journal about the question of a European defence policy in an article entitled "L’Europe (enfin) unie sur sa défense", on ...
Enrico Letta, our President, is quoted on the French news website Toute l'Europe.eu about the June 2017 European Council in an article entitled "Premier Conseil européen pour Emmanuel Macron", on June 22th, 2017.
Yves Bertoncini, our Director, is interviewed by the French news broadcast France Info about the function of the European Parliament and the salary of the European deputies, on June 9th, 2017 from 9:40 am to 9:45 am.
Yves Bertoncini, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, debates about the refounding, reform or relaunching of Europe after the British referendum, the French presidential election and in the wake of the German elections.
The European Union is facing major challenges which expose its weaknesses, in particular in several sovereign areas. In this Policy Paper, Thierry Chopin states the necessary in-depth reforms, while warning against national retrenchment.