Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska

Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska

Senior research fellow (Based in Brussels)
Areas of expertise 

European Parliament, European Council, European Commission, rotating presidency of the EU Council, inter-institutional relations, Lisbon Treaty, Economic and Monetary Union, differentiated integration, Polish European Policy.

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KE będzie unikać eskalacji sporu z Polską do brytyjskiego referendum

Rzeczpospolita
01 June 2016
The European Commission would like to avoid escalation of the political row with the Polish government over rule of law at least until the British referendum on its membership in the EU.

Polskie Radio: 27. rocznica masakry na placu Tiananmen

27 May 2016
In a broadcast interview with Agata Gostyńska and Leszek Fall debate the UK's EU referendum and the possibility of a Brexit.

CER podcast: Five questions on the implications of a Brexit for EU institutions

24 May 2016
In the fourth episode of a series of podcasts on the implications of a Brexit for the EU, Sophia Besch talks to CER research fellow Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska.

What would Brexit mean for Poland?

Prospect
19 May 2016
For the last nine years Polish and British experts, officials and politicians have met in Krakow annually to discuss their countries' visions for Europe.

Preparations for a Brexit III: Views from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Poland, and Portugal

LSE blog
06 May 2016
If Britain votes to leave the EU it will have to negotiate its exit and a new post-withdrawal relationship with the EU, one that will have to be agreed by the remaining 27 EU member states and the European Parliament.

Tok FM: Jaka przyszłość czeka Unię Europejską, jeśli Brytyjczycy zdecydują się ją opuścić? Agata Gostyńska w rozmowie z Jakubem Janiszewskim

04 May 2016
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska talks to Jakub Janiszewski of Tok FM about the future of the European Union, if the British decide to leave.

Seven reasons Brexiteers are wrong to think EU exit negotiations would be easy

City A.M
29 April 2016
Some eurosceptics think that Brexit negotiations would be a piece of cake. But if Britain decides to leave the EU, it will have no choice but to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.

Tok FM: Jakie mogą być konsekwencje afery Panama Papers dla brytyjskiego premiera?

12 April 2016
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska talks to Jakub Janiszewski of Tok FM about the potential consequences of the Panama Papers for British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Euranet: Threat of exits from EU

05 March 2016
If Brussels does not agree to pass on to France more sovereignty in border protection or budget policy, the FN is likely to organize a referendum on leaving the EU. This kind of political blackmail may even be effective and Brussels’ influence on member-states is limited, comments Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, an expert of the Centre for European Reform, a think-tank devoted to improving the quality of the debate on the EU. (audio in Polish)

BBC Radio 5 Live: Cameron's visit to Brussels

19 February 2016
Agata Gostyńska talks to BBC 5 Live on David Cameron's visit to Brussels for talks on his European Union reforms.