European Institutions

  • U.K.'s Cameron Seeks Restrictions on Immigrant Benefits

    July 30, 2014

    British Prime Minister David Cameron is seeking laws that discourage EU immigration to the U.K., including halving the amount of time during which EU migrants in Britain can receive unemployment benefits to three months and limiting the number of U.K. jobs that are advertised across the EU.

  • Lithuania Will Adopt Euro Currency in 2015

    July 30, 2014

    The European Council has announced that it has adopted a decision authorizing Lithuania to join the euro in January 2015.

  • "One of Us" Committee Files Complaint over EU Inaction

    July 30, 2014

    The organizers of the European Citizens' Initiative "One of Us" have filed a complaint with the Court of Justice of the EU seeking annulment of the European Commission's decision to ignore the initiative, which seeks to end EU funding of the destruction of human embryos.

  • European Court Decides Poland Violated Human Rights with CIA Cooperation

    July 28, 2014

    In a controversial decision, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the Polish Government violated human rights by cooperating with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ("CIA") in operating "black sites" - where terror suspects were allegedly taken for interrogation and torture - in its territory.

  • Howe Recommends "Zero Plus" U.K. Renegotiation with EU

    July 23, 2014

    Martin Howe QC has published a paper arguing that in the case of a "no" vote in the EU referendum planned in 2017, the U.K. should perform a "zero plus" renegotiation by withdrawing from the EU and choosing which areas of the trade bloc it would be beneficial to rejoin.

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