Study: Unilateral coercive measures and EU law


Since the first Gulf War the world has seen a marked increase in the deployment of unilateral restrictive measures – sanctions imposed by individual states or groups of states against other states or private entities. The deployment of these measures is usually justified as a countermeasure against alleged human rights violations. While the international framework … Read more

Study: Ireland’s draft CAP Strategic Plan: fairer or still unfair?

Cap Policy

This study examined Ireland’s draft CAP Strategic Plan 2023-2027 published on the 8th November 2021. It aimed to shed light on the flexibility granted by the CAP legislation to design fairer and green CAP Strategic Plans.  Overall, the study found that Ireland’s draft CAP plan made some steps forward compared to the current programming period … Read more