European Politics and Institutions
26 June 2012
The European Union must commit itself to credible and concrete solutions to become more integrated and more united – for example by moving towards a banking union – if it is to overcome the crisis, heard participants in a Briefing with European Commission President José Manuel Barroso.
Cyprus talks exhausted – Time for change?
19 June 2012
Past attempts to solve the Cyprus problem have all failed, and the latest round of UN talks is going nowhere, said Osman Ertuğ, spokesman for the leader of the Turkish Cypriot Community and Acting Special Representative for the Turkish Cypriot Community in the UN peace talks.
After the EU Police Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Lessons learned for the CSDP?
14 June 2012
Bosnia and Herzegovina is currently experiencing a delicate moment as the EU police mission there comes to an end, and participants in a Policy Dialogue discussed the lessons that can be drawn from the EU's involvement there.
Kosovo: how to turn its European prospects into reality
13 June 2012
The European Union must clarify its position on Kosovo’s status before significant progress can be made on future EU membership, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.
The Arab awakening and the role of Turkey
7 June 2012
Turkey's role as a bridge between East and West puts it in a unique position to become a regional leader, heard participants at a Policy Dialogue.
The eurozone crisis, economic developments and policy challenges in the Balkans: what prospects for growth?
7 June 2012
Balkan economies managed to stand firm in the face of the eurozone crisis and its growth prospects are positive, but the recovery remains weak, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.
The priorities of the Cypriot Presidency of the EU
6 June 2012
Kornelios Korneliou, Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the EU, outlined the main priorities of the Cypriot EU Presidency at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.
A two-speed Europe – A route out of the crisis?
23 May 2012
The European Union is at a crossroads: Europe won’t be able to retain its leading position in the world without resolving the crisis, heard participants in a Briefing with -Claude Piris, former director-general of the Legal Service of the Council of the European Union.
A European civil service fit for the 21st century?
10 May 2012
The European Union is under pressure to keep a tight grip on its budget as austerity bites holes in national coffers, heard participants in a Breakfast Policy Briefing with European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič.
A stronger European model after the crisis
10 May 2012
In a Policy Briefing with Ernest-Antoine Seillière, former President of BUSINESSEUROPE, participants heard that the EU will need strong leadership if it is to survive the socio-economic challenges of the coming decades.
In this programme
Former Federal Chancellor of Austria
Senior Policy AnalystsRosa Balfour
Janis A. Emmanouilidis
Policy AnalystCorina Stratulat
Policy Analyst and Programme ExecutiveAmanda Paul
Junior Policy AnalystPaul Ivan