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EU Referendum Special Newsletter
Dear friends, in the week of the UK’s referendum on membership to the EU, we have the pleasure of sending you a selection of texts and speeches pertaining to the key issues of the British vote and the European public debate on the subject.
 
Publications
The EU, despite everything? European public opinion in the face of crisis (2005–2015)
The EU, despite everything? European public opinion in the face of crisis (2005–2015)
This Study by Daniel Debomy painstakingly stresses for which issues and to what extent EU citizens have been able to change their opinion on the EU over this "decade of crises".
2016/22/06 Read more
Access to social benefits for EU mobile citizens: “tourism” or myth?
Access to social benefits for EU mobile citizens: “tourism” or myth?
As many voices are raised to denounce possible “benefit tourism” or “welfare tourism” within the EU, the aim of this policy paper by Sofia Fernandes is to shed some light on this complex debate on mobile EU citizens’ access to benefits
2016/30/06 Read more
The EU and our collective security: stronger together!
The EU and our collective security: stronger together!
The people of Europe are facing a multi-faceted security challenge that they need to confront together. They need to place their “collective security” at the very heart of the EU construction. The Jacques Delors Institutes takes a stand.
2016/17/06 Read more
The EU-UK Agreement: much ado about (almost) nothing?
The EU-UK Agreement: much ado about (almost) nothing?
The recent EU-UK agreement contains some reminders and adjustments that are worth getting into perspective from both a political and a legal standpoint. Y. Bertoncini, A. Dauvergne and A. Vitorino focus on 3 key issues in this Viewpoint.
2016/25/02 Read more
Cameron: taking a gamble on Europe
Cameron: taking a gamble on Europe
A few weeks before the British general election, Alain Dauvergne analyses the importance of the vote for the EU. Indeed Cameron undertook to organise a referendum by the end of 2017 to decide whether the UK should remain or not within the EU.
2015/30/03 Read more
The EU and referenda: structural incompatibility?
The EU and referenda: structural incompatibility?
Do the political follow up to the Greek referendum of Jyly 5 2015 reveal a seeming inconsistency between the EU and the will of its peoples? This Policy Paper by Yves Bertoncini and Nicole Koenig answers this question on the basis of an analysis of the 48 referenda organised on European issues since ...
2015/17/09 Read more
Britain and Europe - The last rites?
Britain and Europe - The last rites?
Julian Priestley analyses the new UK/EU relationship. Indeed Britain is currently at the heart of the discussions in the EU, given the attitude of its government towards the fiscal compact and the budget negotiations, and the evolutions of its political parties and public opinion.
2012/05/12 Read more
Britain and Europe: Anatomy of a speech
Britain and Europe: Anatomy of a speech
Just after Mr Cameron’s speech on the UK’s relations with Europe on 23 January 2013, Julian Priestley analyses it in a Tribune. According to him, the speech consists in a reversal of 40 years of British policy on the EU. He expects Mr Cameron scenario to be a failure and hopes the Opposition ...
2013/23/01 Read more
Events
Brussels, 12 July 2016 - The future of the UK-EU relationship and the ...
Yves Bertoncini, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, speaks at the UK-EU ...
2016/06/01 Read more
Paris, 22 June 2016 - Brexit, the risks of a vote ?
Yves Bertoncini, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, débates about the stakes of ...
2016/16/06 Read more
Berlin, 20 June 2016 - Which Europe after the UK Referendum?
Pascal Lamy, President emeritus of the Jacques Delors Institute and Enrico Letta, ...
2016/14/06 Read more
Paris, 26 May 2016 - What EU without the United Kingdom? And what United Kingdom ...
The Jacques Delors Institute organises, in partnership with the European Affairs Master ...
2016/06/05 Read more
Lille, 19 April 2016 - Brexit: Goodbye Britain?
Yves Bertoncini, director of the Jacques Delors Institute, speaks in a debate organised by ...
2016/18/04 Read more
Rueil-Malmaison, 19 April 2016 - Brexit: the end of a great dream or a new ...
Alain Dauvergne, adviser at the Jacques Delors Institute, debates with Roger Casale about ...
2016/19/04 Read more
Brussels, 22 January 2016 - UK-EU: what reforms?
Yves Bertoncini, our director, speaks in Brussels on January 22, 2016 at the UK-EU ...
2016/06/01 Read more
London, 14 September 2015 - Unpacking public opinion: Britons, the EU and the ...
Our director Yves Bertoncini speaks in a seminar organised in London on September 14 2015 ...
2015/14/09 Read more
Medias
Jacques Delors on Reuters : Former EU chief Delors says British membership positive for EU
Jacques Delors on Reuters : Former EU chief Delors says British membership positive for EU
Jacques Delors, our founding President, give a reaction to Reuters about British référendum of the 23th June, on June 16, 2016.
2016/16/06 Read more
Pascal Lamy on BBC: The deal Britain would get or not were it to leave the EU
Pascal Lamy on BBC: The deal Britain would get or not were it to leave the EU
Pascal Lamy, our President emeritus, is the guest of Newsnight on BBC to debate with Andrea Leadsom, Minister of State for Energy, on the topic: The deal Britain would get or not were it to leave the EU, on June 6, 2016 at 10:30 p.m. London time.
2016/06/06 Read more
Yves Bertoncini dans The Economist : Brexit, what if?
Yves Bertoncini dans The Economist : Brexit, what if?
Yves Bertoncini, notre directeur, est interviewé dans The Economist, dans un article intitulé : Brexit, what if?, le 16 juin 2016.
2016/16/06 Read more
Antonio Vitorino on BBC to simulate the scenario of the negotiations post Brexit victory
Antonio Vitorino on BBC to simulate the scenario of the negotiations post Brexit victory
Antonio Vitorino, our President, is the guest of BBC Newsnight to simulate the scenario of the negotiations post Brexit victory, on May 23, 2016 at 10:30 p.m. (London time).
2016/23/05 Read more
Enrico Letta on France Inter: Brexit, a catastrophe?
Enrico Letta on France Inter: Brexit, a catastrophe?
Enrico Letta, our vice president, is the guest of the show "Le 7/9" on France Inter to talk about the Brexit, on June 16, 2016.
2016/16/06 Read more
Pascal Lamy dans The Times : Britain won't get better trade deals if it leaves Europe
Pascal Lamy dans The Times : Britain won't get better trade deals if it leaves Europe
Pascal Lamy, notre Président d'honneur, est l'auteur d'un article dans The Times : "Britain won't get better trade deals if it leaves Europe", le 3 mai 2016.
2016/03/05 Read more
Yves Bertoncini on RFI to debate about the Brexit
Yves Bertoncini on RFI to debate about the Brexit
Yves Bertoncini, our director, is the guest of the show "Carrefour de l'Europe" on RFI to debate about the Brexit, on May 15, 2016 at 4:10pm to 5:00pm. He debates with : Sophie Pedder, correspondent for The Economist in Paris Florence Faucher, professor at the CERI.
2016/13/05 Read more
Pascal Lamy in the Financial Times : What would a UK vote to leave the EU mean for trade?
Pascal Lamy in the Financial Times : What would a UK vote to leave the EU mean for trade?
Pascal Lamy, our president emeritus, is quoted in an article of the Financial Times "What would a UK vote to leave the EU mean for trade?", on May 6, 2016.
2016/06/05 Read more
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