In 2004, the Institute launched the Egmont Papers, a new series of in-house issue papers, presenting the result of original research undertaken in the framework of Egmont. The Egmont Papers are edited under the direction of Sven Biscop and published by Academia Press, in Ghent.
The Egmont Papers aim at providing food for thought on current issues in international politics, from a Belgian and a European Union perspective. Special attention is being devoted to European integration, the European Union as an international and security actor, and global governance.
- n°57:Money for Structural Reforms in the Eurozone:making sense of contractual Arrangements,
Xavier Vanden Bosch, May 2013.
- n°56: Preventing the rise of sovereign borrowing costs in the eurozone: what can the ESM and the ECB achieve?, Xavier Vanden Bosch, Nov. 2012.
- n°55: Introducing more equity in the CAP : A difficult Challenge, Clémentine d'Oultremont, June 2012.
- n°54: An Arab springboard for EU foreign policy?, Sven Biscop, Rosa Balfour & Michael Emerson (Eds.), Jan. 2012.
- n°53: The Reform of the EU Courts. The need of a management approach, Franklin Dehousse, with the collaboration of Mathilde Rouland, TEPSA-EGMONT, a view on the reform of the EU courts, Dec. 2011.
- n°52: Setting a Standard for stakeholdership. Industry Contribution to a strengthened Biological
and Toxin Weapons Convention, Jean Pascal Zanders (Ed.), Dec. 2011.
- n°51: Financing the answer to climate change: challenging but feasible, Clémentine d'Oultremont, Oct. 2011.
- n°50: Public access to documents: jurisprudence between principle and practice (Between jurisprudence and recast), Tinne Heremans, Sept. 2011.
- n°49 : Europe deploys towards a civil-military strategy for CSDP, Sven Biscop and Jo Coelmont (Eds), June 2011.
- n°48: Worse, not Better ? Reinvigorating Early Warning for Conflict Prevention in the Post Lisbon European Union, John Brante, Chiara De Franco, Christoph Meyer and Florian Otto, June 2011.
- n°47: The Reform of European Economic Governance : Towards a Sustainable Monetary Union?, Stijn Verhelst, June 2011.
- n°46: Death of an Institution. The end for Western European Union, a future for European defence, Alyson JK Bailes and Graham Messervy-Whiting, May 2011.
- n°45: The treachery of strategies: a call for true EU Strategic Partnerships, Thomas Renard, April 2011.
- n°44: Renewed Financial Supervision in Europe – Final or transitory?, Stijn Verhelst, March 2011.
- n°43: The Single Market in need of a strategic relaunch, Tinne Heremans, Feb. 2011.
- n°42: A new Geography of European power?, James Rogers, Jan. 2011.
- n°41: EUnity of Command - The Planning and Conduct of CSDP Operations, Luis Simón & Alexander Mattelaer, Jan. 2011.
- n°40: The EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme: achievements, key lessons, and future prospects, Clémentine d’Oultremont, Dec. 2010.
- n°39: Addressing the financial crisis: the EU’s incomplete regulatory response, Stijn Verhelst, Dec. 2010.
- n°38: The EU Climate Policy after the Climate Package and Copenhague - Promises and Limits, Franklin Dehousse and Tania Zgajewski with the collab. of Karel Van Hecke, Sept. 2010.
- n°37: A strategy for CSDP. Europe’s ambitions as a Global Security Provider, Sven Biscop and Jo Coelmont, Oct. 2010.
- n°36: The EU as a global actor in a multipolar world and multilateral 2.0 environment, Luk Van Langenhove, March 2010.
- n°35: Fearing a 'Shiite Octopus'. Sunni – Shi`a relations and the implications for Belgium and Europe, Jelle Puelings, Jan. 2010.
- n°34: Europe Rediscovers Peacekeeping? Political and Military Logics in the 2006 UNIFIL Enhancement, Alexander Mattelaer, Oct. 2009.
- n°33: The value of power, the power of values: a call for an EU Grand Strategy, Sven Biscop (ed.), Oct. 2009.
- n°32: Legislating amidst Public Controversy: the Services Directive, Peter Timmerman, Oct. 2009.
- n°31: A BRIC in the World: Emerging Powers, Europe, and the Coming Order, Thomas Renard, Oct. 2009.
- n°30: RFID: New killer application in the ICT world, New big brother, or both?, Franklin Dehousse and Tania Zgajewski, June 2009.
- n°29: End-State Afghanistan,
Jo Coelmont (ed.), March 2009.
- n°28: Atlantic loyalty, European Autonomy.
Belgium and the Atlantic Alliance 1949-2009, Rik Coolsaet, March 2009.
- n°27: Europe: A time for strategy,
Sven Biscop, Jolyon Howorth and Bastian Giegerich, Jan. 2009.
- n°26: De la maîtrise des armements à la non-prolifération: les nouveaux défis de la sécurité coopérative, Pierre-Etienne Champenois, Nov. 2008.
- n°25: Regional integration and security in Central Africa - Assessment and perspectives 10 years after the revival, Angela Meyer, Dec. 2008.
- n°24: The Lisbon Treaty and ESDP: transformation and integration, Sven Biscop and Franco Algieri (eds.), June 2008.
- n°23: Balancing Defence and Security Efforts with a Permanently Structured Scorecard, Patrick Wouters, June 2008.
- n°22: The new context of the agricultural debate in Europe, Franklin Dehousse and Peter Timmerman, June 2008.
- n°21: European Defence in the Wake of the Lisbon Treaty, Bruno Angelet and Ioannis Vrailas, Mai 2008.
- n°20: Permanent Structured Cooperation and the Future of ESDP, Sven Biscop, April 2008.
- n°19: Nigeria: Is the end of Mafia politics in sight?, Jérome Spinoza and Olivier Vallée, March 2008.
- n°18: The Kyoto Policy of Belgium, Karel Van Hecke and Tania Zgajewski, Feb. 2008.
- n°17: The Coming Energy Crash and its Impact on the European Union, Franklin Dehousse, Feb. 2008.
- n°16: The ABC of European Union Strategy:
Ambition, Benchmark, Culture, Sven Biscop, Oct. 2007.
- n°15: Belgium and Counterterrorism Policy in the Jihadi Era (1986-2007), Rik Coolsaet and Tanguy Struye de Swielande, Sept. 2007.
- n°14: La contribution militaire belge à la Politique Européenne de Sécurité et de Défense (Fr) -
De militaire bijdrage van België aan het Europees veiligheids- en defensiebeleid (Nl), June 2007.
- n°13: For a ‘More Active’ EU in the Middle East. Transatlantic Relations and the Strategic Implications of Europe’s Engagement with Iran, Lebanon and Israel-Palestine, Sven Biscop, March 2007.
- n°12: Toward a More Independent Europe, Michael Brenner, March 2007.
- n°11: NATO, ESDP and the RIGA Summit:
no transformation without re-equilibration, Sven Biscop, 24 May 2006.
- n°10: UN Reform and Nato Transformation: the missing link, Dick A. Leurdijk, 23 Nov. 2005.
- n°9: Security Council Reform: A New Veto for a New Century?, Jan Wouters and Tom Ruys, August 2005.
- n°8: Arab reform: what role for the EU?, Irene Menendez Gonzalez, May 2005.
- n°7: E Pluribus Unum? Military integration in the European Union, Sven Biscop, May 2005.
- n°6: The Lisbon Strategy: Which failure? Whose failure? And why?, Tania Zgajewski, Kalila Hajjar, May 2005.
- n°5: Between al-Andalus and a failing integration Europe's pursuit of a long-term counterterrorism strategy in the post-al-Qaeda era, Rik Coolsaet, 18 April 2005.
- n°4: Regional Security and Global Governance: a proposal for a 'Regional-Global Security Mechanism' in light of the UN High-Level Panel's Report, Kennedy Graham and Tânia Felício, Jan. 2005.
- n°3: An audit of European Strategy, Prof. Dr. Sven Biscop (ed.), Dr. Christoph Heusgen, Richard Gowan, Dr. Jean-Yves Haine, Prof. Dr. Sven Biscop, Major-General (RTD.) Kees Homan, Jan. 2005.
- n°2: Global Governance: The Next Frontier, a concept on global governance as a guide for a new ambition in international diplomacy, April 2004.
- n°1: A European Security Concept for the 21st Century, a Belgian contribution to a comprehensive EU Security Strategy, April 2004.
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