Europe in the World

The EU in Aceh: between conflict resolution and peace-building
13 March 2006

The EU’s Aceh Monitoring Mission (AMM) has successfully re-established peace, stability and security in both Aceh itself and the region as a whole, speakers with experience in the field told a Policy Dialogue.

Multilateralism in crisis? - Global governance and human rights
9 March 2006

Multilateral organisations may be in crisis, but a multilateral approach is still clearly needed to ‘police’ the global system, help resolve conflicts and further the human rights’ agenda, argued speakers at a Policy Dialogue.

Global governance: where we stand
3 March 2006

The past 12 months have seen some positive moves on combatting climate change, fighting poverty and raising awareness of global interdependence, high-level experts told an the EPC-COMECE Policy Dialogue.

The EU in the World
3 February 2006

Benita Ferrero-Waldner, the European Commissioner for External Relations, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing that she was preparing a “concept paper” for the June EU Summit on Europe’s world role - a role which would have been enhanced by the foreign policy measures set out in the Constitution.

Hong Kong: promise or burial of a successful Doha Development Agenda?
31 January 2006

Christine Lagarde, French Minister for Trade, urged World Trade Organization members to strive for a "balanced" package of measures to liberalise global trade in the current Doha round.

Non-proliferation and terrorism: EU visions and policies
16 December 2005

The international security environment is the most complicated the world has ever known because of the highly complex character of new terrorist threats.

The EU's role in Asian Security
5 December 2005

European Union (EU) Member States increasingly recognise that the Union needs a more coherent and focused security policy towards Asia, according to speakers at a Dialogue.

The European Union in the Middle East peace process
1 December 2005

Europe's recent role in the Middle East conflict has been little short of remarkable, Marc Otte, EU Special Representative for the Middle East, told a Breakfast Briefing.

New Zealand and the EU: different regions, similar challenges
29 November 2005

The European Union and New Zealand have many common values and face many common challenges despite the great physical distance between them, New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

Communicating Europe to the world: what public diplomacy for the EU?
22 November 2005

The European Union has a compelling story to tell, but does not tell it well enough on the world stage. That was the message from panellists at the launch of the EPC’s Working Paper on Communicating Europe to the world: what public diplomacy for the EU?

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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