Europe in the World

The Arab Awakening - Mapping the changes in EU and US policies
11 July 2012

This workshop discussed the similarities and differences in the EU and US approaches in the region, and the extent to which their policies are delivering results in the region, and whether they have maintained their promises to the countries in transition.

Indonesia’s rise – Perspectives for Europe and EU-ASEAN relations
5 July 2012

Indonesia has emerged from political chaos and an economic abyss to become the 16th largest economy in the world and one of the planet’s biggest and most vibrant democracies, heard participants in 2012's Stanley Crossick Lecture.

Indonesia's rise

Digital diplomacy for the 21st Century – A transatlantic perspective
26 June 2012

Digital diplomacy can help to close the gap between makers of foreign policy and the general public, heard participants in a Briefing in cooperation with the EEAS and the US Mission to the EU.

Digital diplomacy

Euro-Atlantic integration and the South Caucasus – How far, how deep, how fast?
21 June 2012

The EU has adopted a ‘more for more’ approach to relations with its neighbours – at least in theory – but concrete and tangible results of this are yet to be seen in the South Caucasus, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

Euro-Atlantic Integration

Identifying drivers of peace – the Global Peace Index
14 June 2012

The absence of peace is very costly both in economic and social terms, even in countries not threatened by war, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

Global Peace Index

Rio+20 – The U.S. outlook to a ‘green economy’
31 May 2012

The upcoming Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development offers a chance to shape future global policy and reconcile environmental, economic and social concerns, heard participants in a Policy Briefing with Dr. Kerri-Ann Jones, United States Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs.


The U.S. elections 2012 – What do they mean for Europe?
24 May 2012

November’s presidential election in the USA will be extremely close, but Electoral College votes are likely to tip the balance in Democrat incumbent Barack Obama’s favour, heard participants in a Briefing with David Mark, senior editor of Politico.

US elections 2012

Ukraine-EU relations: at the Rubicon
18 May 2012

This high-level debate, held in Kyiv, Ukraine, included a number of panel debates dedicated to the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, trade and visa liberalisation issues.

Armenia after the elections
16 May 2012

Armenia still has some way to go before it conforms to international standards of democracy, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

Armenia after the elections

Sound regional development in rural and urban areas in the EU and China - a comparative perspective
10 May 2012

This roundtable, in cooperation with the Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the European Union, stimulated debate on the importance of EU-China dialogue in the wake of enhanced cooperation on regional development in recent years.

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In this programme


Programme Team

Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow

Giovanni Grevi

Senior Policy Analysts

Paul Ivan
Amanda Paul

Policy Analysts

Francesca Fabbri
Marco Giuli

Programme Assistant

Ivano di Carlo