Portugal will hold, for the fourth time, the Council’s rotating Presidency, in a context of social and economic crisis, but also at the beginning of a renewed green and digital EU agenda. This TEPSA Brief explains the priorities of the incoming Presidency and its limitations, also comparing it to past Portuguese Presidencies.
|Publisher||Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA)|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|