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Event: Future of the EU post-2019 Briefing with Prof. Simon Hix

Join us for this special brief with Simon Hix, distinguished professor of political science at the London School of Economics, to discuss the likely scenarios for Europe beyond 2019. The event will take place in Brussels on the 23rd November at 9:30 – 10:30.

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Policy forecasts – EU Digital Intellectual Property Rights after 2019

The EU elections 2019 are slowly approaching, raising the question of potential shifts in the balance of power on key EU policies after the election. We continue our series of forecasts by exploring the future level of support (or opposition) for stricter rules on copyright on digital platforms.

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Winners and Losers of EU politics – Sept. 2018 (IPR, Hungary, forecasts for 2019 and more!)

The triggering of art. 7 TEU, the victory of the coalition advocating for stricter copyright rules in the digital market are delved into by our experts in this report. We also show who the EU experts “think” and “hope” to see as Commission President next year.

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EP elections forecasts: EU trade policies from 2019

With 9 months to go until the first EU elections without the UK, VoteWatch Europe continues its series of forecasts on the likely post-electoral policy shifts. Will the forces advocating for free-trade policies policies gain strength (or lose ground) in 2019? Check out our predictions!

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