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Short Notice (ENG)

These are the previous copies of the series "Short Notice on current developments of the European Union". The new issues are available at the Institute of World Economics Blog

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No. 41 - 2011-11
Ágnes Szunomár: EU-China Cooperation in the Field of Sustainable Development: Challenges and Opportunities
No. 40 - 2011-11
Zsuzsánna Biedermann: Change we can believe in?
No. 39 - 2011-10
Gábor Monori: The Pacific grid - Recent Accession round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
No. 38 - 2011-10
Andrea Éltető: The last weeks of the Spanish government
No. 37 - 2011-10
Zsuzsa Ludvig: 'One swallow does not make a summer' - some thoughts on the occasion of the Warsaw EU Eastern Partnership Summit
No. 36 - 2011-10
Tamás Szigetvári: EU-Turkey relations - what about membership?
No. 35 - 2011-10
Kálmán Dezséri: EU budget - the next Multiannual Financial Programme (2014 - 2020): Member State Arguments for and against the proposal
No. 34 - 2011-09
Ágnes Szunomár: The roots of Chinese-Central European relations – The case of Hungary
No. 33 - 2011-09
Kálmán Dezséri: Possible Costs of a Eurozone Collapse
No. 32 - 2011-09
Péter Farkas: The Deeper Reasons for the Shaking of the World Economy
No. 31 - 2011-08
Zsuzsa Ludvig: EU-Russian relations - Are they finally on track? - some thoughts on the occasion of the last EU-Russia summit
No. 30 - 2011-07
Miklós Somai: Commission's Proposals for the 2014-2020 Multi-Annual Financial Framework
No. 29 - 2011-07
Krisztina Vida: The Hungarian Presidency of the EU Council in a Nutshell
No. 28 - 2011-07
Tamás Novák: Central Europe's Economic Path in mid-2011
No. 27 - 2011-06
Margit Rácz: Questions about Debt-financing in the Eurozone
No. 26 - 2011-06
Annamária Artner: Ireland – Turning Back the Clock
No. 25 - 2011-06
Ágnes Szunomár: Europe and Asia together against non-traditional security challenges
No. 24 - 2011-06
Annamária Artner: The key question behind the Greek crisis
No. 23 - 2011-06
Katalin Völgyi: The 20th EU–Japan Summit in Brussels
No. 22 - 2011-06
Zsuzsánna Biedermann: France at the helm of the G20 in 2011

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