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  • From Mutual Assistance to Collective Security

    Article 42(7) TEU: Orchestrating Our Response to New Threats

    The EU’s very own collective defence clause, long deemed irrelevant, has come to life, adding a new political dimension to security discussions in Europe, from the Baltics to Cyprus.

  • The Road to COP21

    Game Changers for European Climate Strategy

    The EU can make a difference in paving the way for an ambitious global deal at COP21 while building momentum for a paradigm shift towards a low-carbon economy.

  • Global Trends 2030

    The Economic and Technological Revolution

    As part of the European Political Strategy and Policy Analysis system, an inter-institutional collaboration on anticipatory governance, the EPSC hosted the opening day of this year's annual meeting. It was devoted to exploring the challenges and opportunities that the digital revolution brings to economy and society in the next 10-15 years.

  • The EU and Africa: Valletta and Beyond

    The EU's efforts to strengthen the partnership with Africa takes place against the backdrop of profound changes on Europe's 'twin continent', marking a new era of cooperation on human development, mobility, peace and security.

  • Five Presidents' Report Series Launched

    Deepening EMU

    To intellectually accompany the implementation of the Five Presidents' Report on completing Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union, the EPSC publishes three new papers on timely topics.

Staff and teams

EPSC staff is composed of a professional staff of advisers, policy analysts and support staff with appropriate experience and track record. There are 6 teams of specialists: an Economic Team, a Social Affairs Team, a Sustainable Development Team, a Foreign Affairs Team, an Institutional Team and an Outreach and Communication Team.

European Strategy and Policy Analysis System

The European Strategy and Policy Analysis System (ESPAS) is a unique inter-institutional initiative of the EU that aims to identify the main global trends with a time horizon of 2030, assess the implications of these trends for the EU and review the challenges and policy options facing decision makers.