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European Council 8-9 December 2011

In recent months, is has often been expected that a certain summit of the EU or the euro area would be a "decisive" one and leaders would take "decisive" measures to tackle the crisis. On the eve of the last European Council this year, the expectations are also too high, although it is clear that we can hope at most to get clarity about the direction and the goal. The way to get there will surely be long, but even a clear signal of strong political will would be a good Christmas present for Europe. euinside will closely follow the summit and will familiarize you in details with the results.
14 December 2011 16:19 This Time Cameron Stumbled

I remember a remark from the Matrix, for me fundamental for the entire philosophy of the movie. When Neo for the first time went to see the Oracle, they talked and then she told him: "And don't worry about the vase"! "What vase?", Neo asked, turning abruptly backwards, thus pushing a vase down, ...

12 December 2011 17:56 Expected Results for the EU Integration of Serbia and Montenegro

Serbia and Montenegro will have to wait until next year to see their progress on the EU-demanded reforms, taking shape into concrete steps forward in their EU integration process. As expected, the last for this year European Council did not approve the so desired candidate status for Serbia, nor ...

11 December 2011 08:38 The European Parliament Wants to Have a Role in the Fiscal Compact 'Euro Plus'

"Today's crisis in not only an economic crisis, it is also, but perhaps most of all, a crisis of values. This sounds banal, almost like a slogan, but let us try and take this idea seriously. A leading political theorist said that the market and all economic activities are first of all a moral un ...

9 December 2011 07:45 Serbia's Stakes

The Western Balkans are again getting under the spotlight for the EU summit, while in the same time they managed to attract the attention of the foreign ministers of NATO, who are also meeting in Brussels. This time, however, the message is different. The region is no longer a threat for Europe' ...

8 December 2011 12:14 Britain's European Case

One of the pieces of news in the proposals, which the Merkel-Sarkozy tandem proposed on Monday is the peremptory tone. In fact, the proposals are not new in their essence but the tone is different. It is explicitly pointed out that the proposed measures would be good to be implemented by all EU ...

14 December 2011 09:22 On Bulgaria’s Participation in the European Fiscal Pact

23 EU Member States have agreed to sign a fiscal pact to boost the budgetary discipline and the economic cohesion. Actually, through changes in the EU treaties, the fiscal pact had to lay the foundation of a fiscal union in the euro area. The idea encountered strong opposition among the 10 count ...

11 December 2011 17:30 Dobrodosla, Hrvatska!

After successfully closing all negotiation chapters this summer, on Friday Croatia has officially signed its EU accession treaty, thus opening a new chapter in its history of an independent state. In the back light of the serious economic crisis and the even more serious debates on what the exit ...

11 December 2011 07:16 Eurozone Plus Creates a Fiscal Compact Outside the EU

The 17 euro area countries, together with six non-euro countries (Bulgaria, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Romania, which have also joined the Euro Plus Pact) will sign an intergovernmental agreement, committing to strengthen budgetary discipline and greater coordination of economic poli ...

8 December 2011 14:19 Political Fireworks Against the Debt Crisis

Nothing is decided until everything is decided. European leaders must remember that while discussing their ideas for changing the governance of the Union and especially of the euro area. Because at this stage it appears that, while trying to find lasting political solutions they are focused more ...

7 December 2011 13:54 Brussels is Preparing for the Last European Council This Year

The leaders of the 27 EU countries are gathering in Brussels on 8 December for their last European Council this year. The expectations are high, given the gloomy predictions that the final countdown for the euro area is running. The leaders have already received the report of European Council Pr ...

 
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