Europe in the World

The evolving regional economic architecture in the Asia-Pacific - Implications for the European Union
8 November 2011

Asia-Pacific nations are pursuing closer, more structured trade relations with one another and Europe must move quickly to boost its engagement in the region to avoid losing business opportunities to other key players like the USA, heard participants in a Policy Briefing.

EU-Brazil Business Summit
5 October 2011

Deepening the relationship between the EU and Brazil would benefit both parties at a time when more trade would boost sluggish growth in Europe and help raise living standards in the South American giant, heard participants at a Briefing.

Towards NATO's Chicago summit
30 September 2011

NATO leaders will announce an interim operational capability for the military alliance's missile defence system in Europe at their Chicago summit in May 2012, the alliance’s secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

The EEAS and migration - Workshop
26 September 2011

This workshop discussed how the EEAS can help the EU develop a more united and strategic approach to migration in its relations with third countries.

Agricultural sustainability and conservation - Policy options for Europe and the United States
22 September 2011

Major achievements have been made in preserving wetlands and protecting highly erodible land in the USA, argued Ann Mills, Deputy Under-Secretary for natural resources and the environment in the US Department of Agriculture, at a Briefing.

Ukraine 20 years on: challenges for the future
21 September 2011

2011 will be a crucial year for Ukraine as it celebrates 20 years of independence from the former Soviet Union, government officials and policy makers heard at a European Parliament conference.

Japanese and European approaches to climate change
20 September 2011

International climate change negotiations are mired in problems ahead of the Durban conference in December and need a push to get back on track, Hironori Hamanaka, a professor at Keio University and chair of the Institute for Global Environment Strategies, told a Policy Briefing.

The Eastern Partnership on the eve of the Warsaw Summit - time to deliver
18 July 2011

The Eastern Partnership has been slow to launch concrete projects following its ambitious start in Prague 2009, an EPC Policy Dialogue, organised in cooperation with the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was told.

The EEAS and energy policies - Workshop
1 July 2011

This workshop addressed the potential capacity of the EEAS to understand how it can build effective protection for the EU's strategic interests while contributing to global solutions for safely weathering climate change.

Post-Summit Briefing
27 June 2011

The June EU Summit was overshadowed by the eurozone crisis, following political turmoil in Greece and, while some concrete decisions were taken, the question remains whether the right recipe has been found for the crisis, speakers said at a Post-Summit Briefing.

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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