In order to counter accusations of judicial activism of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), and to improve its representativeness and transparency, Julien Bois identifies some reforms that do not imply treaty change.
Based on an original study on public opinion which finds that citizens are ambiguous, inconsistent and undecided, Joris Melman provides some recommendations for national governments in this first in a series of project policy briefs.
This policy brief asks whether the EU has contributed to a just global and regional governance of migration.
This policy brief discusses the link between aid, governance and development in the context of global justice, and argues that the EU must address poor governance on the African continent in its bilateral negotiations.
This policy brief discusses how the EU can achieve an equal partnership with Africa and some of the key challenges the Union is facing in this area.
This brief addresses the principles, strengths and weaknesses the EU brings to international security operations, how these have developed over recent years across several policy areas, and how this may be understood in relation to the Union’s pursuit of global justice.
How has the EU changed its negotiation strategy in the global climate regime after the 2009 Copenhagen Summit, and how can the Union ensure a more just climate strategy?
This policy brief reviews the significance of the crisis of multilateralism and its implications for the European Union (EU).