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    • Pre-summit Briefing 2017/4

      22-23 June: Implementing the Bratislava Road Map The June European Council, which will begin in the middle of Thursday afternoon and is not expected to finish
    • Commentary 2017/4

      The 2017 British general election and Brexit: is a fresh start possible? The outcome of the British general election was a surprise and its implications are
    • Commentary 2017/3

      Dealing with Britain: the European Council of 29 April and its sequel  Ten days ago, on 29 April, the European Council held a brief, but very
    • Pre-summit Briefing 2017/3

      29 April: Dealing with Britain The meeting on 29 April of the European Council in its article 50 formation will be a pure formality in one important
    • Commentary 2017/2

      25 March 2017: an anniversary worth celebrating On 25 March 2017 the leaders of 27 EU member states and of the EU institutions, met in Rome
    • European Council Briefing Note 2016/7

      December 2016 Migration, Security, Russia, Ukraine, Syria, Cyprus, the economy and Brexit As the opening sentence of the synopsis acknowledges, this paper is long overdue. For