Powerful transformations will rock Europe over the next decades. The EU needs to focus on managing digital, climate, and social change. Can it rise to the challenge?
Europe’s political debates are focused on the wrong issues. Populists have succeeded in establishing migration as the dominant political issue, diverting attention from the demographic, environmental, and technological revolutions that will transform European societies and politics.
A new approach to the debate about the future of the EU is needed: one that focuses on how to direct the EU’s collective resources and unique advantages to face the greatest threats and innovations of the twenty-first century.
To step up to the challenge, the Open Society European Policy Institute and Carnegie Europe have convened the European Reformists to think realistically and positively about how our world will change over the next fifteen years and how to respond successfully.