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Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action

This series of 5 policy papers is a contribution to the project Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action directed by Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute.

Following the publication over the past weeks of two series on hard security capacities and on the EU’s neighbourhood, another two series of policy papers will deal with access to strategic resources and European economic policy, before the publication of the final report in March 2013 (dir. by Elvire Fabry, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute) presenting the key recommendations of the 16 European think tanks involved in the project:

Carnegie Europe, CCEIA, CER, CEPS, demosEUROPA, ECFR, EGMONT, EPC, Real Instituto Elcano, Eliamep, Europeum, FRIDE, IAI, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute, SIEPS, SWP.


Migration: a neglected challenge for saving the European welfare state
Migration: a neglected challenge for saving the European welfare state
The consequences of the future demographics of Europe can have a deep impact on the “European way of life” – in particular as the strains on financing the European welfare state occur as the large baby-boomer generations goes into retirement at the same time as the lowest fertility rate ...
2013/25/02 Read more
EU Migration policy after the Arab Spring: The pitfalls of Home Affairs Diplomacy
EU Migration policy after the Arab Spring: The pitfalls of Home Affairs Diplomacy
Following the outbreak of the Arab Spring, the EU declared its intention to strengthen its external migration policy by setting up “mutually beneficial” partnerships with third countries in North Africa – the so-called ‘Dialogues for Migration, Mobility and Security’ – now placed at the ...
2013/25/02 Read more
The EU performance in the global competition for highly-skilled migrants
The EU performance in the global competition for highly-skilled migrants
European efforts to attract highly-qualified immigration face several obstacles, from the non-existence of a true intra-European labour market to the difficulties resulting from the overly timid design of the Blue Card. It is still impossible to evaluate the Blue Card’s effect but the changes that ...
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Mobility Partnerships: a convincing tool for the EU’s global approach to migration?
Mobility Partnerships: a convincing tool for the EU’s global approach to migration?
Mobility Partnerships constitute a key tool of the EU’s GAMM (Global Approach to Migration and Mobility) aiming to facilitate and organise the legal mobility of Third Country Nationals, to address irregular migration under effective and humane measures and to reinforce the development outcomes of ...
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The migration-development nexus: time for a paradigm shift
 The migration-development nexus: time for a paradigm shift
The EU has long endorsed international discourse on migration as a ‘tool’ for development that aims at harnessing remittances and diasporas to maximize their positive impacts on development and poverty reduction. At the same time however, the external dimension of the EU’s migration policy has ...
2013/25/02 Read more
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