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Just transition in EU regions

28-01-2020

The EU plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 % by 2030, and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. This will require a socio-economic transformation in regions relying on fossil fuels and carbon-intensive industries. As part of the European Green Deal, the new Commission has announced a 'Just Transition Mechanism' of €100 billion to support the territories most affected by the transition towards climate neutrality.

The EU plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 % by 2030, and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. This will require a socio-economic transformation in regions relying on fossil fuels and carbon-intensive industries. As part of the European Green Deal, the new Commission has announced a 'Just Transition Mechanism' of €100 billion to support the territories most affected by the transition towards climate neutrality.

FYR Macedonia: A 'conditional' recommendation

02-03-2016

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is facing its 'most severe political crisis since 2001' and is preparing for snap elections on 5 June 2016. The Commission made its seventh recommendation for the beginning of accession talks, 'conditional' on the implementation of a 2015 EU-brokered political agreement between the main parties, expected to ensure free and fair elections.

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is facing its 'most severe political crisis since 2001' and is preparing for snap elections on 5 June 2016. The Commission made its seventh recommendation for the beginning of accession talks, 'conditional' on the implementation of a 2015 EU-brokered political agreement between the main parties, expected to ensure free and fair elections.

The Western Balkans and EU Enlargement: Lessons learned, ways forward and prospects ahead

05-11-2015

Twelve years after the Thessaloniki promise that the future of the Balkans is within the European Union, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, fYRoM, Montenegro, and Serbia remain excluded with no foreseeable accession date in sight. Despite initial success, the current approach to enlargement has reached its limits, as it seems to be slowing down the integration process rather than accelerating it. In the meantime, in addition to the democratic and economic setbacks in the region, renewed tensions ...

Twelve years after the Thessaloniki promise that the future of the Balkans is within the European Union, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, fYRoM, Montenegro, and Serbia remain excluded with no foreseeable accession date in sight. Despite initial success, the current approach to enlargement has reached its limits, as it seems to be slowing down the integration process rather than accelerating it. In the meantime, in addition to the democratic and economic setbacks in the region, renewed tensions are threatening to undermine fragile regional stability. Moreover, the EU’s unfinished business in the Balkans opens the door to various political, economic and security alternatives. This is precisely why the main message of this study is that the current autopilot mode of enlargement cannot continue.

Serbia: Political parties and the EU

17-07-2015

Since the 1990s, one of the main dividing lines between Serbian political parties has been their position on European integration. The past two decades have seen growing dynamism to political life in Serbia, with new parties emerging and old ones changing from anti- to pro-EU views, nuancing their rhetoric in line with public attitudes. The start of accession talks with the EU in January 2014 indicates the attenuation of previously sharp divisions vis-à-vis the EU.

Since the 1990s, one of the main dividing lines between Serbian political parties has been their position on European integration. The past two decades have seen growing dynamism to political life in Serbia, with new parties emerging and old ones changing from anti- to pro-EU views, nuancing their rhetoric in line with public attitudes. The start of accession talks with the EU in January 2014 indicates the attenuation of previously sharp divisions vis-à-vis the EU.

Social situation in Serbia

17-07-2015

By the end of 2015, Serbia expects to move closer to EU membership by opening its first negotiating chapters of the acquis. The social dimension, an integral part of the enlargement process, is mainly covered in Chapter 19 (Social Policy and Employment) of the acquis. Serbia has to address major social policy issues to achieve compliance with the EU's common basic social standards – a condition for successful participation in the single market.

By the end of 2015, Serbia expects to move closer to EU membership by opening its first negotiating chapters of the acquis. The social dimension, an integral part of the enlargement process, is mainly covered in Chapter 19 (Social Policy and Employment) of the acquis. Serbia has to address major social policy issues to achieve compliance with the EU's common basic social standards – a condition for successful participation in the single market.

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