European Politics and Institutions

Only what can be measured, can be acheived: the case of active, healthy ageing
14 June 2011

Increasing healthy life years (HLY) among citizens is an important objective for the EU and the role of public health promotion is crucial as a means to achieve this, agreed speakers at a Policy Dialogue,

Serbia: en route towards the EU
7 June 2011

Serbia has reached another milestone in reconciliation in the region with the capture of Ratko Mladić and is ready to play a constructive role in resolving all regional issues, a Policy Briefing was told by the President of the Republic of Serbia, Boris Tadić.

The priorities of the Polish Presidency of the EU
31 May 2011

At a Breakfast Briefing, Jan Tombiński, Permanent Representative of Poland to the EU, outlined the priorities of the Polish Presidency in 2011.

What kind of EU after the crisis?
31 May 2011

Europe has not reached the end of the crisis, but important decisions have been made that would have been unthinkable a short time earlier, said speakers at a Policy Dialogue, organised in cooperation with the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).

Turkish energy policy: a 360° approach
30 May 2011

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue agreed that Turkey has the potential to become a critical link between the East and West in terms of gas and oil supplies and, with the creation of three possible pipelines in the future, Turkey will be an important partner in energy transportation supply chains.

Turkish foreign policy - Views from the inside and outside in times of change - Roundtable discussion
24 May 2011

The EPC, in cooperation with the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV), and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, held a roundtable discussion, raising issues such as increased engagement of Turkey in the region and its perspectives to be a regional "model", specifics of Turkish media, and positive influence of the European integration for conducting key reforms in the country and shaping Turkish citizens' perception of process.

The Lisbon Treaty and citizens' rights - The role of the EU Ombudsman
23 May 2011

The Lisbon Treaty broadened the mandate of the EU Ombudsman, strengthened the rights of citizens and demanded greater transparency from EU institutions, said European Ombudsman, P. Nikiforos Diamandouros, at a Breakfast Briefing.

Dealing with the past: justice and reconciliation in the Western Balkans
5 May 2011

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue were agreed on the importance of an initiative to deal with the recent violent past of the former Yugoslavia.

A new strategic partnership between the European Parliament and the European Commission
3 May 2011

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue discussed the major changes, both in the institutional landscape and in terms of policy-making, brought about by the Lisbon Treaty.

The Polish presidency: prospects and challenges - Forum meeting
2 May 2011

This forum meeting looked at Poland's priorities and potential challenges while in office, and what fresh input it could bring into the context of European affairs.

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Programme Team

Director of Studies

Janis A. Emmanouilidis

Project Leader of the joint EPC-Stiftung Mercator project ‘Connecting Europe’

Julian Rappold

Senior Policy Analysts

Amanda Paul
Corina Stratulat

Policy Analyst

Yann-Sven Rittelmeyer

Programme Assistant

Paul Butcher