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EU enlargement

20 Oct
In this debate we delve into the latest tensions between Serbia and Kosovo, and discuss how they could affect the efforts of the Western Balkan countries to come closer to the European Union. We also look at what is happening around Ukraine's efforts to join the EU, and what signals the EU Council should send to Kyiv at its upcoming summits this autumn and winter.
10 Oct
How can a much bigger European Union function effectively? Will key national interests be overridden for the benefit of collective decision-making? How should European institutions and budgets adapt to a union of more than 30 members? These are some of the big questions that European leaders are currently mulling over.
4 Oct
Countries from Ukraine to the Western Balkans are busy undertaking reforms to qualify for EU membership. But the bloc has to make its own internal changes before it can roll out the welcome mat.

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