2023 Enlargement Package: EU Commitment to Freedom, Democratic Values and a Long Road to Reforms
On November 8, 2023, the European Commission adopted the 2023 Enlargement Package. The European Commission took the historic step of formally recommending to member states that they should open EU accession negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova...Read More
Five Takeaways From Fordham’s International Antitrust Law and Policy Conference
Top decision makers share how geopolitical challenges, digital regulation, and active and sometimes divergent enforcement against mergers are all contributing to a transformation in the antitrust landscape at Fordham’s 50th Annual International Antitrust Law and Policy Conference...Read More
2024 EU Elections: A Reality Check for the Green Deal?
Over the previous four years, the European Union has made addressing climate change a top priority, with a plethora of new legislation and revisions of existing ones under the umbrella of the European Green Deal—supported and championed by the European Commission’s leadership—with the aim of reaching bloc-wide climate neutrality by 2050. The EU has effectively become the global standard setter for green policies...Read More
Which direction for EU health policy after the pandemic?
The institutional questions the pandemic has raised about the EU’s role in health will not disappear. With the forthcoming revision of the EU pharmaceutical legislation, larger EU countries set the direction of the European pharmaceutical market for decades to come. ..Read More
View from the IAC: President Biden's First Foreign Trip
Our IAC assessed Biden’s first foreign trip and the recent meetings of the G7 and NATO and its impact on the international business community...Read More