Europe in the World

EU External Action - As seen from the United States
23 March 2012

The ‘state of the union’ between Europe and the United States is very good, said EU Ambassador to the US João Vale de Almeida, at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

EU External Action - As seen from the United States

What future for the High North? Norway's vision for the Arctic Region
22 March 2012

The Arctic is increasingly being discussed by policy makers in Brussels and beyond, but increased economic activity must be coupled with sustainable development policy and environmental protection, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

What future for the High North? Norway's vision for the Arctic Region

Azerbaijan and the Euro-Atlantic security architecture - Roundtable
16 March 2012

This Eastern Promises Roundtable discussion focused on the issue of Euro-Atlantic security in the South Caucasus.

Georgia and the Euro-Atlantic security architecture - Roundtable
29 February 2012

This Roundtable, as part of the EPC's Eastern Promises Project, discussed the ongoing issues vis-à-vis Georgia becoming a member of NATO, as agreed following the NATO Bucharest Summit in April 2008.

EU-Ukraine relations: the road ahead
27 February 2012

Ukraine’s future undoubtedly lies in the European Union, but much work lies ahead to protect democratic freedoms and reform the justice system if the country is to take its place among EU nations, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue held in conjunction with the Petro Poroshenko Foundation.

EU-Ukraine relations: the road ahead

The 2011 revolutions - How demography is sweeping away the old order
8 February 2012

Europe’s population is shrinking and ageing fast. Migration can help to provide the workforce required to close a looming pension gap, but the EU must work harder to attract foreign workers, Jack Goldstone, Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.

The impact of the Arab Spring on peace in the Middle East – Implications for Palestine
3 February 2012

The EU’s lack of unity over Palestine’s bid for statehood at the UN is hampering its ability to influence developments in the Middle East conflict, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.

One year on from the Arab Spring: Deconstructing past myths and the role of the EU - Workshop
2 February 2012

This joint EPC-University of Birmingham workshop was based on the findings of two projects: the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) project, Paradoxes and Contradictions in EU Democracy Promotion Efforts in the Middle East, and the joint CEPS-EPC-Egmont Institute project, An Arab Springboard for EU foreign policy?

Solidarity and Austerity: The 2012 State of the European Union
31 January 2012
Annika Hedberg (Senior Policy Analyst), Rosa Balfour (Senior Adviser to EPC on Europe in the World), Janis A. Emmanouilidis (Director of Studies), Yves Pascouau (Senior Adviser to EPC on migration and mobility policies) and Fabian Zuleeg (Chief Executive and Chief Economist)

The 2012 edition of the Annual Brussels Think Tank Dialogue saw leading EU policymakers and academics discuss austerity and solidarity in crisis-hit Europe.

2012 - A new opportunity to resolve the Transnistrian conflict? - Roundtable
30 January 2012

This roundtable addressed, among other things, the ongoing difficulties in Transnistria, how they may best be addressed, and whether the appointment of the country's second President, Yevgeny Shevchuk, can make a difference.

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Senior Policy Analysts

Paul Ivan
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Policy Analyst

Marco Giuli

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