EPIN is a network of dynamic think tanks and policy institutes focusing on current EU and European political and policy debates. It is a comprehensive network with 37 members in 26 countries, including almost all the EU member states and candidate countries. EPIN aims to contribute to the debate on the Future of Europe through up to the minute, expert analysis and commentary and through providing easy access to understanding the different national debates.
- October 2013: New EPIN Working Paper "British Balance of Competence Reviews, Part I: Competences about right, so far" by Michael Emerson and Steven Blockmans, CEPS
- August 2013: EPIN Commentary No. 12: "Elections to the European Parliament and the trouble with Vox Populi", by Sonia Piedrafita, CEPS.
- August 2013: EPIN Commentaries Series on 2014 Elections to the European Parliament has been launched.
- The Polish Institute of International Affairs (http://www.pism.pl) has just joined EPIN. They are planning to host their first EPIN conference on 25 November under the theme "The EU after the 2014 Elections: Setting the Course for a Political Union?"
- The 2012 Elcano Global Presence Index has just been published. Find more about the economic, military and 'soft' presence of 60 countries all over the word at http://www.iepg.es/
- July 2013: New Real Instituto Elcano publication "What would the ‘United States of Europe’ look like in this changing world? Reflections on the IEPG" by Iliana Olivié and Manuel Gracia.
- May 2013: New RIE (Madrid) / IAI (Rome) publication (together with PISM and UI) Towards a European Global Strategy: Securing European Influence in a Changing World.
With the support of the European Union: Support for organisations active at European level in the field of active European citizenship.