What Are Europe’s Top Three Challenges? Not Brexit, Not Migration, Not Populism

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Posted May 14, 2019 | Carnegie Europe, Tomáš Valášek

In this report by Carnegie Europe, Tomáš Valášek explores three challenges that will affect lives in the European Union and the relationship between the state and the individual: Climate change, aging populations, and digital revolutions. Their effects will require Europeans to adapt in ways they are only now beginning to understand. He suggests that at national and local levels, many possible approaches to the ‘Big 3’ are being tested and implemented, and that the EU is well positioned to draw on the expertise of half a billion people to solve problems together.



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