Policy conditionality – a new instrument in the EU budget post-2020?

Kölling Mario

The EU is facing a range of significant long-term challenges with budget implications. In this context, both the EU institutions and the Member States seem intent on focussing more on the concept of European added value. One much debated budget instrument is policy conditionality.

  • EU's budget
  • Member states

The Future of the EU Budget (2017:6)

Kaiser Robert, Prange-Gstöhl Heiko

A new round of negotiations on the EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework, which runs from 2021, will soon begin.

  • EU's budget
  • Future of the EU

The EU budget after 2020 (2017:9epa)

Begg Iain

Brexit will be a major factor influencing the negotiations on the new Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF), which will set the rules for the EU budget in the next couple of years starting in 2021.

  • EU's budget
  • Brexit
  • Future of the EU

Brexit – Implications for the EU and Sweden (2017:2op)

Sieps

What are the implications of Brexit for the EU and how will Sweden be affected? In November 2016, SIEPS was commissioned by the government to analyse how the EU´s institutions and the balance between the remaining member states will be affected by the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU.

The Obsolescence of the European Neighbourhood Policy (2017:4)

Blockmans Steven

The Treaty of Lisbon introduced a mandate for the EU to develop a special relationship with its neighbouring countries. How has this mandate impacted, if at all, the so-called European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) which the Union had developed in the wake of its eastern enlargement? And more generally, how has the ENP evolved in view of the new realities on the ground? These are some of the questions that Professor Steven Blockmans explores in this tenth report which SIEPS publishes in the context of its research project The EU external action and the Treaty of Lisbon.

  • EU's External Relations

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