European Institutions

  • Booth: UK, EU Move Closer to Dispute Resolution Deal

    August 24, 2017

    Stephen Booth of think tank Open Europe writes that a recent policy paper released by the UK government outlining potential "dispute resolution" mechanisms to which UK and EU courts might submit after Brexit places Britain within striking distance of the EU negotiating position, but its impact will depend on the "scope and depth" of agreements on the UK-EU post-Brexit relationship.

  • UK Paper Sparks Debate on Implications for Future ECJ Role

    August 24, 2017

    A policy paper from the UK government exploring options related to the remit of the Court of Justice of the EU (ECJ) in Britain after Brexit has sparked debate over whether the document signals a "climbdown" from previous government positions on leaving the ECJ or merely recognizes practical realities involved in enforcing future trade and immigration deals with the EU.

  • UK Confirms End to "Direct" ECJ Jurisdiction After Brexit

    August 23, 2017

    Reuters reports that a new paper from the British Government confirms its plans to end the "direct jurisdiction" of the Court of Justice of the EU (ECJ) in the UK after the country leaves the EU, though officials stated that British courts may continue to take into account ECJ decisions in post-Brexit judgments.

  • Paper: Brexit Allows for EU "Capital Markets Union" Push

    August 23, 2017

    A paper from the Centre for International Governance Innovation asserts that Britain's exit from the EU offers a chance for the bloc to push "ambitious" reforms toward centralizing EU financial policy in a single Capital Markets Union within all of the remaining 27 member states of the bloc.

  • Polish Minister Criticizes EU Resettlement Policy

    August 23, 2017

    In the wake of the recent terrorist attack in Barcelona, Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak stated that his government "will not succumb to" European Commission pressure on resettling African and Middle Eastern migrants in Poland, asserting that Europe must “wake up” to the “clash of civilizations” it has encouraged through its migration policy.

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