European Politics and Institutions

Muslims in the media: image, representation and access
20 September 2006

The media is crucial in determining public perceptions of European Muslims and the focus in most press coverage of Islam on its political and violent manifestations is fuelling anti-Muslim sentiment, speakers agreed at a joint EPC-KBF-British Council-Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) Dialogue.

Can the Constitution be saved? If so, how and by whom?
15 September 2006

The EU's Constitutional Treaty is dead in its current form and the question now is how much of it can be salvaged, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.

Fighting corruption: patterns in Eastern Europe and in Central Asia
12 September 2006

Corruption is the “number one concern” for businesses and private citizens in transition countries, speakers agreed at a joint EPC-KBF-World Bank Policy Dialogue.

Slovakia after the June elections
11 September 2006

Slovak’s new government intends to establish an ‘economically efficient welfare state’, while maintaining budgetary discipline and joining the euro zone in 2009, Robert Fico, Prime Minister of Slovakia, told a Policy Briefing.

In whose interests? Labour migration from the new Member States
3 July 2006

Labour migration between ‘old’ and ‘new’ EU Member States benefits both the sending and receiving countries, but action is needed to prevent migrant workers from being exploited, speakers told a joint EPC-KBF Dialogue.

Priorities of the Finnish Presidency
28 June 2006

Finland’s priorities for its presidency of the EU over the next six months will include steering further consultations on the future of the Constitutional Treaty and chairing discussions on future enlargements, HE Eikka Kosonen, Finland’s Permanent Representative to the EU, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

Islamophobia in Europe? A critical approach
14 June 2006

Islamophobia is on the increase in Europe, and the right of Muslims to live quietly and practise their religion is under threat, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.

After the referendum in Montenegro, what next?
31 May 2006

The successful referendum on Montenegro’s independence demonstrated both its political maturity and the success of the EU’s Balkans policy, Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic told an EPC-King Baudouin Foundation Policy Briefing.

Bulgaria and Romania: the last lap or the extra mile?
29 May 2006

Bulgaria and Romania have made “significant” progress in implementing the reforms necessary for EU membership, and completing the task within the next six months is certainly “achievable”, most speakers agreed at a joint EPC-King Baudouin Foundation Policy Dialogue.

Challenges of EU enlargement
22 May 2006

The EU’s 2004 enlargement was a “success story” but action is needed to address public concerns about the process and ensure the Union has the institutional capacity to function effectively as it grows, Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

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Programme Team

Director of Studies

Janis A. Emmanouilidis

Head of European Politics and Institutions programme and Senior Policy Analyst

Corina Stratulat

Project Leader of ‘Connecting Europe’ and ‘FutureLab Europe’

Julian Rappold

Senior Policy Analyst

Amanda Paul

Junior Policy Analyst

Paul Butcher