Three years after the ramification of the latest amendment to the constitution of the European Union, the once promising union has been threatened by the euro crisis, as member states face rising debt and economic and social issues created by the austerity measures instituted to control it. Brookings experts examine the changes in the European Union and the implications for the United States.
Solving Obama's Aleppo dilemma
February 12, 2016, Thomas Wright
The United States needs to find a way of generating real leverage over Putin without killing Russian forces. There is such a way. The United States and the EU must link financial sanctions on Russia to its actions in Syria.
The Euro Crisis
U.S. Foreign Policy
Article | The Security Times
February 2016, Steven Pifer
February 4, 2016, Nora Fisher Onar
Article | Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
January 29, 2016, Matteo Garavoglia
Paper | IZA
January 21, 2016, Milena Nikolova and Boris Nikolaev
Article | Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies
November 2015, Tim Boersma
Paper | Atlantic Future
November 17, 2015, Riccardo Alcaro
November 2015, Milena Nikolova, Monica Roman and Klaus F. Zimmermann
Paper | Istituto Affari Internazionali
November 1, 2015, Riccardo Alcaro
Article | Aspen Institute
October 26, 2015, Matteo Garavoglia
Policy Brief | European Council on Foreign Relations
July 2015, Susi Dennison, Francois Godement, Richard Gowan, Daniel Levy, Kadri Liik, Jeremy Shapiro, et al.
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From Exit to Recovery?
Michael Mitsopoulos and Theodore Pelagidis, June 13, 2014
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Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy
TÜSİAD Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
Director, Turkey Project
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
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