Below are a series of reports on EU affairs from a variety of governmental and independent sources. These papers are designed to give our readers a far more in-depth understanding of the European Union as an institution.
This paper introduces the most important institutions of the European Union and gives an overview of each: The European Council, The Council of Ministers, The European Parliament, The European Commission, The Court of Justice, The Court of Auditors.
Further information on the Institutions of the European Union can be found here.
In the face of a rapidly changing world and facing potential crises ranging from the Syrian refugee crisis to Brexit, does the EU's foreign policy need to adapt to meet new challenges and requirements?
The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has commented that “there is an overwhelming consensus among those who have made estimates of the consequences of Brexit … that it would reduce national income in both the short and long runs.” A thorough study of the economics arguments for and against the UK's continued membership of the EU, unsurprisingly is comprised of overwhelming evidence in favour of Membership.