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Sheridan, Anne and Groarke, Sarah (2019) TRENDS IN MIGRATION TO IRELAND OF NATIONALS OF COUNTRIES WITH VISA LIBERALISATION AGREEMENTS WITH THE EUROPEAN UNION. ESRI SURVEY AND STATISTICAL REPORT SERIES, August 2019. UNSPECIFIED.

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Adebahr, Cornelius and Otte, Marc and Tocci, Nathalie (2014) For Europe, Iran is more than the nuclear problem. Egmont Commentary, 20 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valerie (2014) Burkina Faso after Compaoré: Continuity through change? Egmont Commentary, 7 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valerie (2015) Burkina Faso’s popular revolution fraying at the edges. Egmont Commentary, 17 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valerie (2016) Rethinking what ICC success means at the Bemba Trial. Egmont Commentary, 14 September 2016. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valerie (2015) Transitional justice’s uneven path in the DRC. Egmont Commentary, 22 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valerie (2015) The limits of international criminal justice: Lessons from the Ongwen case. Egmont Commentary, 27 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valérie (2018) The pitfalls of an overreliance on the International Criminal Court. Egmont Commentary, 21 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Arnould, Valérie (2018) Blind vertrouwen op het Internationaal Strafhof helpt niet in de strijd tegen straffeloosheid = Blind faith in the International Criminal Court does not help in the fight against ????????. Egmont Commentary, 9 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

BIscop, Sven (2014) Ukraine: the charge of the diplomatic brigade. Egmont Commentary, 6 March 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Am I an academic? Egmont Commentary, 6 July 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2013) The ‘Arab Spring’: winter of our discontent? Egmont Commentary, 13 August 2013. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Bad theatre. Egmont Commentary, 26 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) A Belgian army for European defence. Egmont Commentary, 8 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) The Belgian army: soon to be a gendarmerie? Egmont Commentary, 22 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) A Belgian contribution to an operation in Libya? Egmont Commentary, 29 February 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Belgium and the miracle of European defence. Egmont Commentary, 9 December 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Big manoeuvres in eastern Europe. Egmont Commentary, 21 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) Brexit and defence: where is the strategy? Egmont Commentary, 6 January 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) CSDP: what is it good for? Egmont Commentary, 31 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Can European strategy cope? Egmont Commentary, 17 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) Construct European Defence in Brussels. Egmont Commentary, 4 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2008) De oranje knipperlichten van ons leger. = The orange flashing lights of our army. Egmont Commentary, 15 April 2008. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2005) De verantwoordelijkheid tot bescherming: een argument voor humanitaire interventie. = The responsibility for protection: an argument for humanitarian intervention. Egmont Commentary, 30 September 2005. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Defence does not get that much more. Egmont Commentary, 24 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Defence: Belgium is not a small country. Egmont Commentary, 5 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2013) Defense: and what will Europe do? Egmont Commentary, 10 May 2013. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) Don’t be too shy about PESCO. Egmont Commentary, 6 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) EU Global Strategy – Expert Opinion No. 4. Egmont Commentary, 22 January 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) EU mutual assistance is more than defence. Egmont Commentary, 19 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2019) The EU, the US and China: a middle way to approach the Middle Kingdom. Egmont Commentary, 15 March 2019. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2011) Ends, Means, and Meaning. Egmont Commentary, 3 October 2011. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Escalate the diplomatic offensive in the war against Islamic State. Egmont Commentary, 16 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2012) The Euro crisis and foreign Policy: Europe has an idea. Egmont Commentary, 31 January 2012. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2007) Europa moet meer leiderschap tonen. = Europe must show more leadership. Egmont Commentary, 3 April 2007. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2013) Europe and the Arab Spring: four seasons in one day. Egmont Commentary, 20 June 2013. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2019) Europe must not choose sides in a conflict between the United States and China. Egmont Commentary, 6 May 2019. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) European defence after Brexit: Flying on one engine? Egmont Commentary, 11 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2010) European studies discovers strategy. Egmont Commentary, 19 July 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Europe’s “Maginato” Complex. Egmont Commentary, 17 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2010) From ESDP to CSDP: Time for some Strategy. Egmont Commentary, 16 January 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Get rid of reassurance. Egmont Commentary, 15 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Half a grand strategy is not enough. Egmont Commentary, 15 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2009) A High Representative needs a grand strategy. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2009. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2009) Hoog tijd voor meer Europa in de Navo. = High time for more Europe in NATO. Egmont Commentary, 5 March 2009. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) IS-held territory will be reconquered – and then? Egmont Commentary, 15 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Iraq: Europe’s problem too. Egmont Commentary, 23 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2010) Key partners and shared interests. The European convoy needs strategic guidance for fleet action. Egmont Commentary, 3 March 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Letter from Brussels. Egmont Commentary, 10 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Mogherini in the European Parliament: a strategic moment. Egmont Commentary, 2 October 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2008) Navo moet missie in Afghanistan herbekijken = NATO must review the mission in Afghanistan. Egmont Commentary, 21 August 2008. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) No more schisms in the holy alliance. Egmont Commentary, 14 April 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2012) On to Chicago: Enter the European Union. Egmont Commentary, 27 February 2012. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Optimism and rearmament. Egmont Commentary, 6 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Out of the blue: a white book. Egmont Commentary, 24 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) PESCO: Good News for NATO from the EU. Egmont Commentary, 14 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2009) Preparing for the NATO Summit: From Allies to Partners. Egmont Commentary, 2 February 2009. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Putin is not such a brillant strategist. Egmont Commentary, 30 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Rather no government of technocrats. Egmont Commentary, 17 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Remember the revolution: an agenda for EU foreign policy. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Replacing the Belgian F16s is but a logical decision. Egmont Commentary, 27 August 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Save us from Ashton-bis. Egmont Commentary, 28 August 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Social Europe, a strategic matter. Egmont Commentary, 16 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) Staying Belgian, investing in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 23 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Strategy and social security. Egmont Commentary, 20 February 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Strategy: what is it good for? Egmont Commentary, 9 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) Thou shalt not arm those who cannot win. Egmont Commentary, 16 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2009) Time for a European Union grand strategy. Egmont Commentary, 18 August 2009. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) Trump and the triumph of unreason. Egmont Commentary, 1 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Two-Speed Europe: Yes, But. Egmont Commentary, 6 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2010) Un Haut Représentant a besoin d’une Grande Stratégie = The High Representative in need of a Grand Strategy. Egmont Commentary, 6 January 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2008) WRONG PDF-Quel est le but de notre engagement en Afghanistan? = What is the goal of engagement in Afghanistan? Egmont Commentary, 2 September 2008. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2012) Why America needs European Strategy. Egmont Commentary, 23 February 2012. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2018) Will Trump’s decision on Iran end Europe’s servility? Egmont Commentary, 9 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) Winter is coming – will spring follow? Ukraine and the future of EU-Russia relations. Egmont Commentary, 3 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) Writings on NATO: One for the Fiction Department. Egmont Commentary, 11 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) Yes, NATO is obsolete. Egmont Commentary, 6 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2016) An act of war against Belgium calls for national unity. Egmont Commentary, 31 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2015) An anchor for the EU maritime security strategy. Egmont Commentary, 2 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2017) An appeal to the moderate Trump. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2011) A long term-strategy for Libya and the Mediterranean: over to the European Union. Egmont Commentary, 29 March 2011. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2009) l’OTAN: d’alliés à partenaires = NATO: from allies to partners. Egmont Commentary, 30 March 2009. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) The prima donnas of EU foreign policy. Egmont Commentary, 9 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2010) The strategic effect of European Union operations. Egmont Commentary, 4 October 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven (2014) A way out of the Ukraine crisis: Munich or Algeciras? Egmont Commentary, 18 March 2014. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven and Renard, Thomas (2010) NSS Review: Europe given short shrift. Egmont Commentary, 3 June 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven and Renard, Thomas (2010) The Old World’s importance to the new world order. Egmont Commentary, 3 July 2010. [Policy Paper]

Biscop, Sven. (2017) Trump first. Egmont Commentary 2017/05/29. [Policy Paper]

Biscop , Sven (2019) A defence strategy alone is not enough. Egmont Commentary, 21 May 2019. [Policy Paper]

Bosch, Xavier Vanden (2013) La vente de BNPP Fortis : l’Europe ou le symbolisme les chiffres? = The sale of BNPP Fortis: Europe and the symbolism of figures? Egmont Commentary, 20 November 2013. [Policy Paper]

Bosch, Xavier Vanden (2013) L’Italie est désormais seule face au marché = Italy is now alone in the market. Egmont Commentary, 1 March 2013. [Policy Paper]

Bosch, Xavier Vanden (2013) Revoir la trajectoire budgétaire ne signifie pas relâcher l’effort = Revisiting the budget path does not mean relaxing the effort. Egmont Commentary, 21 February 2013. [Policy Paper]

Bosch, Xavier Vanden (2014) A flavour of indirect elections to the European parliament. Egmont Commentary, 1 April 2014. [Policy Paper]

Cioriciu, Anca and Willermain, Fabian (2016) September 2016: Back-to-school politics – the EU’s new commitments. Egmont Commentary, 28 September 2016. [Policy Paper]

Cioriciu, Anca and Willermain, Fabian (2015) ‘A Union for the citizens’ – The Luxembourg Presidency’s promise vs. realistic EU deliverables. Egmont Commentary, 23 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) Bluff poker of the Belgian Defense Staff? Egmont Commentary, 2 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) CSDP: there is something there that was not there before. Egmont Commentary, 26 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2013) Coelmont: A memorandum for the European Council on Security and Defence. Egmont Commentary, 6 December 2013. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2013) Coelmont: the desired strategic outcome of the EU Council on defence. Egmont Commentary, 16 December 2013. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) An EU global strategy for foreign and security policy… and even defence. Egmont Commentary, 12 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2011) Improvisatie enkel goed voor sensatie: eerst lessen na een week Libië. = Improvisation only good for sensation: first lessons after a week in Libya. Egmont Commentary, 29 March 2011. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2016) Judy Asks: Is a European Security Policy Finally Possible? Egmont Commentary, 31 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) Judy Asks: Will Hybrid Warfare Defeat Europe? Egmont Commentary, 29 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2015) No prevention without defence. Egmont Commentary, 3 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo (2014) A new ‘special relationship’ between Washington and Paris: undermining or underpinning the CSDP? Egmont Commentary, 23 March 2014. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo and Biscop, Sven (2010) Permanent structured cooperation. In defence of the obvious. Egmont Commentary, 29 June 2010. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo and de Langlois, Maurice (2013) Coelmont & De Langlois: Recalibrating CSDP-NATO relations. A strategic pivot in the making? Egmont Commentary, 11 September 2013. [Policy Paper]

Coelmont, Jo and de Langlois, Maurice (2013) Mehr Verantwortung in der Sicherheits- und Verteidigungspolitik. Wie sich GSVP und NATO besser ergänzen können. DGAP Analyse Oktober 2013 N° 10 = More responsibility in the security and defense policy. How Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) and NATO can complement each other better. DGAP Analysis October 2013 N° 10. Egmont Commentary, 15 October 2013. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2009) Als een bom in Afghanistan. = Like a bomb in Afghanistan. Egmont Commentary, 31 October 2009. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2010) De patstelling in het Afghaanse ‘oorlogje’. = The stalemate in the Afghan "war". Egmont Commentary, 15 September 2010. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2018) How Belgium overcame the threat from returning foreign terrorist fighters. Egmont Commentary, 22 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2008) In de voetsporen van de tsaren… of van Bismarck? Rik Coolsaet over Georgië, Rusland en het negentiende-eeuwse Pruisen. = In the footsteps of the Tsars ... or van Bismarck? Rik Coolsaet about Georgia, Russia and nineteenth-century Prussia. Egmont Commentary, 23 August 2008. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2009) Obama moet bescheiden zijn. = Obama must be modest. Egmont Commentary, 19 January 2009. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2010) Terroristen zijn amateurs. = Terrorists are amateurs. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2010. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik (2015) Will the foreign fighters issue ever end? Egmont Commentary, 20 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard, Thomas (2018) The Homecoming of Foreign Fighters in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium: Policies and Challenges. Egmont Commentary, 12 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard, Thomas (2018) Reassessing Belgium’s “Failed” Counterterrorism Policy. Egmont Commentary, 22 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Coolsaet, Rik and Renard , Thomas (2018) Ce que l’attentat contre Léopold II nous enseigne sur le terrorisme moderne = What the attack against Leopold II teaches us about modern terrorism. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Cuny, Elise (2018) 'La Ruée vers l’Europe' de Stephen Smith, ou comment comprendre la jeunesse africaine = 'The Rush to Europe' by Stephen Smith, or how to understand African youth. Egmont Commentary, 19 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Cuvelier, Jeroen and Diemel, Jose and Vlassenroot, Koen (2014) Congolese conflict minerals make unexpected victims. Egmont Commentary, 11 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

Davignon, Etienne and Dehousse, Franklin (2003) België moet wat gas terugnemen = Belgium has to take back some gas. Egmont Commentary, 30 March 2003. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2016) Brexit will not be « the greatest negotiation of all times”. Egmont Commentary, 14 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Can the British Brexit notification be withdrawn? Egmont Commentary, 21 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2003) D-day voor Europese grondwet. = D-day for European constitution. Egmont Commentary, 6 October 2003. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The European Union is exaggerating in its demands for Brexit, especially about the European Court of Justice’s future role. Egmont Commentary, 29 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) France is headed for big trouble. Europe, be warned. Egmont Commentary, 23 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The House of Lords’ report on the “Brexit bill” : an extremely dangerous development for the coming negotiation. Egmont Commentary, 7 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) In the Brexit negotiation, the UK will never escape the close connection between judicial and trade cooperation. Egmont Commentary, 14 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2003) L’hyperpuissance face à l’hyperimpuissance = Hyperpower in the face of hyperimpotence. Egmont Commentary, 14 March 2003. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Making public the travel costs of European Commissioners is something important. Egmont Commentary, 7 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Mr Fillon is becoming a growing problem for Europe. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) What if Mrs May had a strategy for Brexit, and her divided opponents had not? Egmont Commentary, 17 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the future role of the European Court of Justice is a tricky topic for Brexit. Egmont Commentary, 27 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the sequencing of the Brexit negotiations should be abandoned. Egmont Commentary, 28 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2016) The mounting dislocation of EU law. Egmont Commentary, 4 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The new EU energy package: towards more decarbonization and more complexity. Egmont Commentary, 13 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Deubner, Christian (2016) Uncertain reform call meets structural rigidities: The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy in 2016. Egmont Commentary, 18 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Eriksson Baaz, Maria and Gondola, Didier and Marijnen, Esther and Verweijen, Judith (2015) Virunga’s White Savior complex. Egmont Commentary, 13 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Fiott, Daniel (2015) The future of European Geostrategy. Egmont Commentary, 23 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Geeraerts , Gustaaf (2017) The US and China between dependence and rivalry. Egmont Commentary, 10 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Giegerich, Bastian (2016) European military capabilities and future conflict. Egmont Commentary, 8 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Gray, Andre (2015) EMSS: new and approaching ‘hot-buttons’ for maritime security. Egmont Commentary, 26 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Grevi, Giovanni and Renard, Thomas (2014) Troubleshooting partnerships for troubled times. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Heine, Sophie (2015) The Belgian view on the UK’s renegotiation is that European challenges can only be tackled through deepening European integration. Egmont Commentary, 18 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Heine, Sophie (2015) European sovereignty and federalism: a necessary alliance to rescue political agency. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Heine, Sophie (2015) Identity and euroscepticism as a substitute for political agency: A few lessons from the British elections. Egmont Commentary, 12 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Heine, Sophie (2015) Syriza’s call for sovereignty: hopes and illusions. Egmont Commentary, 29 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Hoebeke, Hans (2014) The EU has a role to play, but Africans must lead. Egmont Commentary, 15 January 2014. [Policy Paper]

Hoebeke, Hans (2008) Het lag nu tenminste niet aan België. EU-troepenmacht was geen wondermiddel geweest. = At least it was not Belgium's fault. EU force had not been a panacea. Egmont Commentary, 4 December 2008. [Policy Paper]

Hoebeke, Hans and Vlassenroot, Koen (2010) Why the violence in Eastern Congo does’t stop. Egmont Commentary, 30 August 2010. [Policy Paper]

Hoste, Jean-Christophe (2017) Three blows for the Kenyatta government. Egmont Commentary, 2 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hoste, Jean-Christophe (2016) Uhuru for Kenya? Egmont Commentary, 17 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Howorth, Jolyon (2016) For a big picture strategic review: simplicity and realism. Egmont Commentary, 4 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Klein, Axel and Hoste, Jean-Christophe and Arnould, Valerie (2015) Is Big Brother in trouble? Regionalisation of the Boko Haram crises challenges Nigeria’s leadership position. Egmont Commentary, 23 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Klose, Stephan (2015) The EU–Japan Summit considered in light of the renewed US–Japan defence guidelines: new momentum for the strategic partnership? Egmont Commentary, 28 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Krieb, Heinz (2017) Can Europe project Power? Egmont Commentary, 15 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lombardi, Chris (2017) Building a capability-driven foundation for Europe’s defence. Egmont Commentary, 13 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lombardi, Chris (2017) Trans-atlantic security: four imperatives for NATO. Egmont Commentary, 5 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Europe’s post-Brexit retrenchment. Egmont Commentary, 30 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) F-35 best choice for national security strategy. Egmont Commentary, 26 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) If the EU is Trump’s Foe, the EU should address Trumpism within Europe. Egmont Commentary, 17 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Integration vs. contestation: Belgian perspectives on the future of Europe. Egmont Commentary, 30 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) State of the Union Commentary: From political to indispensable Commission? Egmont Commentary, 12 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2016) Three plus one: a military level of ambition for Europeans. Egmont Commentary, 13 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) Why the F 35 represents a strategic choice for Belgium. Egmont Commentary, 26 October 2018. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) The case for more Europe in the Alliance. Egmont Commentary, 16 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) De trans-Atlantische relatie, Belgische welvaart en Europese cohesie: een synthese - The transatlantic relationship, Belgian prosperity and European cohesion: a synthesis. Egmont Commentary, 25 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Michaels, Eva (2019) Tensions running high in Gabon. Egmont Commentary, 21 January 2019. [Policy Paper]

Mölling, Christian and Major , Claudia (2018) Why joining France’s European Intervention Initiative is the right decision for Germany. Egmont Commentary, 15 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Nopens, Patrick (2014) Time to counter Russian disinformation. Egmont Commentary, 19 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Nopens, Patrick (2016) Time to restore conventional deterrence-by-denial. Egmont Commentary, 17 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Otte, Marc (2015) The EU at a crossroad. Egmont Commentary, 27 August 2015. [Policy Paper]

Otte, Marc (2015) The Greater Middle East and the Mediterranean five years from now. Egmont Commentary, 29 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Rehrl, Jochen (2015) Invoking the EU’s Mutual Assistance Clause. What it says, what it means. Egmont Commentary, 20 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) A 21st century Waterloo? Lessons and parallels between now and then. Egmont Commentary, 18 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2009) Afghanistan: Strategic war for Europeans, existential conflict for NATO. Egmont Commentary, 8 September 2009. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2016) After Paris and Brussels: reassessing ISIS’s strategy in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 8 April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) After Paris: five questions on (counter-)terrorism in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 4 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) Aggressive, assertive and approximative: how Russia, China and Europe adapt to the changing global order. Egmont Commentary, 12 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) BRICS: An alternative order in construction (Summit takeaways). Egmont Commentary, 15 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) Brexit: How Europe is becoming ever smaller… Egmont Commentary, 22 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2017) The Counterterrorism Yearbook 2017: Europe. Egmont Commentary, 6 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2010) Du G2 au G20. Egmont Commentary, 10 March 2010. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2011) EU foreign ministers should look to a grand strategy. Egmont Commentary, 30 August 2011. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2010) EU seeks truly strategic partners. Egmont Commentary, 16 September 2010. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) The EU’s strategic partnership agreements: balancing geo-economics and geopolitics. Egmont Commentary, 9 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2010) From the new G20 to a new multilateral order. Egmont Commentary, 12 January 2010. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) In the (EU) army now. Egmont Commentary, 18 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2016) Is terrorism contagious? Egmont Commentary, 9 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2011) La retraite stratégique de l’Union européenne = The strategic retreat of the European Union. Egmont Commentary, 14 October 2011. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2014) Sanctioning Russia through energy? Think twice. Egmont Commentary, 26 March 2014. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2010) Searching for a Brussels Machiavelli. Egmont Commentary, 9 September 2010. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) Strategic partnerships: a new toolkit for business and statecraft. Egmont Commentary, 24 July 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) Terror alert in Europe: A comprehensive response to a comprehended threat. Egmont Commentary, 24 November 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2010) Time to end the ‘Copenhagen Syndrome’. Egmont Commentary, 21 March 2010. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) To join or not to join: The AIIB and the EU’s dilemma. Egmont Commentary, 10 April 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) US-China cybersecurity agreement: a good case of cyber diplomacy. Egmont Commentary, 1 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) Ukraine, another ‘Iraq moment’ for Europe? Egmont Commentary, 19 February 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2016) Understanding the current wave of terrorism. Egmont Commentary, 4 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2014) We are all Ukrainians. Egmont Commentary, 26 February 2014. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) What Putin wants (in Syria). Egmont Commentary, 26 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2019) What justice for Belgian jihadi fighters? Egmont Commentary, 7 March 2019. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2016) Why Belgium is not Europe’s jihadi base. Egmont Commentary, 31 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2014) An ambivalent transatlantic partnership. Egmont Commentary, 21 March 2014. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2015) An eventful summer (Syria and the teething of Europe). Egmont Commentary, 4 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2012) A strategic Union to cope with the multipolar challenge. Egmont Commentary, 5 June 2012. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas (2011) The treachery of strategies. Egmont Commentary, 12 April 2011. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas and Biscop, Sven (2009) EU’s strategic partnerships lack content. Egmont Commentary, 27 August 2009. [Policy Paper]

Renard, Thomas. (2017) A jihadi threat in mutation? Egmont Commentary, 23 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ridard, Basile (2018) La caisse à outils que tous les citoyens devraient connaître pour participer à la démocratie européenne = The toolbox that all citizens need to participate in European democracy. Egmont Commentary, 24 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Rogers, James (2012) Interview with Sven Biscop on EU grand strategy. Egmont Commentary, 26 August 2012. [Policy Paper]

Scholten, Daniel and Ydersbond, Inga and Alloisio, Isabella and Sattich, Thomas and Håkon Inderberg, Tor (2015) The EU’s 2030 agenda and the Energy Union: Member States’ bargaining positions and the way forward. Egmont Commentary, 13 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2014) The Age of Cameron: The end of British pragmatism in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 7 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2015) Beware Grexit 2: In finance, as in movies, sequels get bloodier, faster. Egmont Commentary, 27 January 2015. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2014) The European Union confronted with the end of the end of history. Egmont Commentary, 3 October 2014. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2015) How the Syriza government sank the Greek’s interests in four weeks. Egmont Commentary, 10 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2014) Must Juncker be appointed as the next President of the European commission? Egmont Commentary, 16 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2015) TTIP or TTTF? Why the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership will most likely become a trade treaty too far. Egmont Commentary, 5 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2016) To be binding or not to be binding? The delicious Cameron/Gove legal controversy about the EU–UK deal. Egmont Commentary, 9 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2014) Ukraine putinised: the greatest external challenge to the European Union since 1989. Egmont Commentary, 7 May 2014. [Policy Paper]

Secondat, Charles (2015) A horror movie: Euro Jurassic Park. Egmont Commentary, 9 October 2015. [Policy Paper]

Siachamis, Georgios (2016) Germany’s new Ostpolitik finds ways to engage with Russia. Egmont Commentary, 25 February 2016. [Policy Paper]

Simón, Luis (2017) Europe and Power: go global or go bust. Egmont Commentary, 13 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Simón, Luis (2016) Securing the ‘middle spaces’: geography, strategy and the future of European power. Egmont Commentary, 21 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Struye, Tanguy and Renard, Thomas (2009) Oui, l’Afghanistan est important. Yes, Afghanistan is important. Egmont Commentary, 26 June 2009. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2016) Brexit and future of Europe – A new multilateral agenda? Egmont Commentary, 17 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2018) The EU-Singapore relationship: the security dimension. Egmont Commentary, 22 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2016) Green Diplomacy Network – what is in a name? Egmont Commentary, 29 February 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2016) The Hangzhou G20 summit – what is at stake? Egmont Commentary, 29 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2016) New Development Bank in the making. Egmont Commentary, 17 February 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs and Huijskens, Fleur and Tuscanyi, Richard (2017) How Europe can use the AIIB to influence China. Egmont Commentary, 20 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari , Balazs (2018) ASEAN under Singapore’s chairmanship. Egmont Commentary, 9 February 2018. [Policy Paper]

Van Puijenbroeck, Joost and Vlassenroot, Koen and Titeca, Kristof (2009) Don’t forget the forgotten conflict. Egmont Commentary, 30 July 2009. [Policy Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2014) All monetary policy has become ‘unconventional’. Egmont Commentary, 4 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2014) Cameron’s logic calls for eurozone democracy. Egmont Commentary, 24 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2014) Hopefully Eurosceptics will work hard. Egmont Commentary, 28 May 2014. [Policy Paper]

Verhelst, Stijn (2018) Semantics matter: Why the European Monetary Fund is a welcome idea, but a bad name. Egmont Commentary, 11 January 2018. [Policy Paper]

Vlassenroot, Koen (2012) The Lubanga verdict: a milestone in the fight against impunity? Egmont Commentary, 22 March 2012. [Policy Paper]

Vlassenroot, Koen and Berwouts, Kris (2016) Congo’s political crisis after 19 December. Egmont Commentary, 21 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Vlassenroot, Koen and Schomerus, Mareike and Allen, Tim (2011) Obama takes on the LRA. Why Washington sent troops to Central Africa. Egmont Commentary, 15 November 2011. [Policy Paper]

Wacker, Gudrun and Boisseau du Rocher, Sophie and Biscop, Sven (2015) Shangri La Dialogue 2015: Europe was there. Egmont Commentary, 9 June 2015. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2015) The European Agenda on Migration, or, the timid beginning of a genuine common European migration policy. Egmont Commentary, 21 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2014) The Juncker Commission Investment Plan – a communication campaign? Egmont Commentary, 23 December 2014. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2015) Towards a European Commission with fewer competencies for more political power? Egmont Commentary, 2 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian (2017) We don’t do enough for the rule of law. Egmont Commentary, 10 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Willermain, Fabian and Genard, Quentin (2016) The UK Referendum: the EU at the Crossroads. Egmont Commentary, 16 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

Wouters, Jan and Emerson, Michael and Kaczyński, Piotr Maciej (2011) Upgrading the EU’s role as global actor. Egmont Commentary, 25 January 2011. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) According to the International Energy Agency’s climate projections, the EU 2030 Energy Strategy will be insufficient. Egmont Commentary, 22 September 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2014) Can the European Union survive without importing Russian energy sources? Egmont Commentary, 13 June 2014. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2014) Does the European Union need a new target for renewables? Egmont Commentary, 19 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2014) EU Dependence on Russian gas: There is no short-term alternative. Egmont Commentary, 7 April 2014. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2014) The EU must seriously rethink its approach to climate and energy. Egmont Commentary, 20 October 2014. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2014) The European Union launches a new, risky 2030 strategy for climate and energy. Egmont Commentary, 26 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) The European energy union: Behind the hype, where is the beef? Egmont Commentary, 23 March 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zgajewski, Tania (2015) Is China–Russia energy cooperation a pipe dream? Egmont Commentary, 2 December 2015. [Policy Paper]

Zulean, Marian (2018) An Eastern European View on Great Power Politics. Egmont Commentary, 23 August 2018. [Policy Paper]

d'Oultremont, Clémentine and Nikoleishvili, Iakob (2016) Ensuring short and long-term future of Russian oil output. Egmont Commentary, 24 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

de Schoutheete, Philippe (2009) Beaucoup de présidents en Europe = Many presidents in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 25 June 2009. [Policy Paper]

de Schoutheete, Philippe (2006) The Fate of constitutional Treaty. Egmont Commentary, 24 May 2006. [Policy Paper]

de Schoutheete, Philippe (2013) Le pari de Monsieur Cameron = The bet of Mr. Cameron. Egmont Commentary, 16 February 2013. [Policy Paper]

de Schoutheete, Philippe (2011) What’s in a Plan ? An answer to George Soros’ Plan B to the Eurocrisis. Egmont Commentary, 12 July 2011. [Policy Paper]

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