With the recent expansion of the European Union into Eastern Europe, there has been an increased level of interest around various policy issues in the region. The European Policy Institutes Network (EPIN) is one such organization that is interested in these pressing matters, and includes over 40 member think tanks spread across 28 countries. As the website notes, "EPIN aims to contribute to the debate on the Future of Europe through up to the minute, expert analysis and commentary and through providing easy access to understanding the different national debates." Given that rather weighty mission, it is not surprising that along with usual features (such a list of member groups, contact information, and so on), there are a number of very helpful and germane working papers, commentaries, and policy evaluations available here for visitors. Some of the more recent additions to the site include works such as "France, Germany and the UK in the Convention-Common Interests or Pulling in Different Directions?" and "Can the EU deliver the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice?".


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