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Aumaitre, Ariane (2018) From the SGP to the TSCG through the lenses of European integration theories. Bruges Political Research Papers 67/2018. [Policy Paper]

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

Brittan, Leon (1996) The outcome of the WTO ministerial in Singapore. European Union News No. 74/96, 13 December 1996. [EU Commission - Press Notice]

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Didier, Brice (2018) The regionalisation of counter-terrorism strategies in the Sahel: the G5 as a challenge for transatlantic relations. College of Europe Policy Brief #10.18, June 2018. [Policy Paper]

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Jordan, Bertrand R. (1993) An assessment of progress in human genome programmes worldwide (A support study for the evaluation of the EC human genome analysis programme). Research Evaluation Report, EUR 15412 EN. [EU Commission - Working Document]

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Marié, Awenig (2019) European Parliament: Is the grand coalition really a thing of the past? Bruges Political Research Papers 75/2019. [Policy Paper]

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Nemitz, Paul and Ehm, Frithjof (2019) Strengthening Democracy in Europe and its Resilience against Autocracy: Daring more Democracy and a European Democracy Charter. Research Paper in Law 01/2019. [Policy Paper]

Nunes da Silva, Hugo and Duchâteau, Lucie and Hervy, Alexane and Khangeldyan, Artsrun and Schiemichen, Laura and Teodori, Michael and Wall, Colin (2018) Together Beyond Accession: Turkey as the EU’s Indispensable Partner. College of Europe Policy Brief #15.18, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

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

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

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Vasilyan, Syuzanna (2018) Novel Solutions to Resolve the Conflicts in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood. College of Europe Policy Brief #2.18, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

van de Walle de Ghelcke, Bernard (2018) Economic Reasoning before the European Union Courts in Competition Law. Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings 44/2018. [Policy Paper]

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Westlake, Martin (2019) The more (European integration) there is, the more (Euroscepticism) there is: Euroscepticism as reactive identity formation and the importance of opposition. Where might the EU institutions go from here? Bruges Political Research Papers 73/2019. [Policy Paper]

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