Ahead of the EU summit that is occupying the continent’s leaders as we speak, ECFR published a preview looking at what some of the countries in the Union wanted to get out of the meeting, and what they feared. ‘The EU summit: the view from the capitals’ included contributions from Germany (Ulrike Guerot), Spain (Jose Ignacio Torreblanca), Italy (Marco de Andreis), Poland, (Konstanty Gebert) and France (Francois Godement). We also distributed this as a press advisory to our journalist contacts and will do something similar whenever there is a big event or issue to look at from a pan-European perspective (journalists can sign up here for our press releases).
This week also saw the publication of a short paper by Jose Ignacio Torreblanca and Jose M. de Areilza, examining the euro crisis from the Spanish perspective. The paper is part of ECFR’s ‘Reinvention of Europe’ project, and complements our series of papers on how the euro crisis is affecting individual countries – we’ve already looked at Italy, Poland and the Czech Republic, with several others in the pipeline.
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