Europe in the World

Whatever happened to the European Security Strategy?
1 June 2005

Speaking at a Dialogue, the chairman of the EPC Work Programme on the Future of CFSP, Carl Bildt, called for a repoliticisation of the European Security Strategy (ESS).

The Future of EU-Taiwan Science and Technology Cooperation
30 May 2005

The EPC held a Policy Dialogue to discuss EU-Taiwan cooperation in science and technology. Panellists agreed that as one of the 'Asian Tigers' Taiwan had much to show Europe in terms of best practices.

Transatlantic Security Challenges and Possibilities for Cooperation
25 May 2005

The European Policy Centre and the Transatlantic Center of the German Marshall Fund of the United States jointly hosted a Policy Briefing at which the US Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, outlined his views on transatlantic security cooperation.

EU-US Strategic Dialogue on East Asia
25 May 2005

US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, Christopher R. Hill, spoke at a Policy Dialogue to address the transatlantic Strategic Dialogue on East Asia.

EU-Russia Relations: Towards a Stronger Partnership
17 May 2005

The European Policy Centre hosted a Policy Dialogue immediately following the European Union-Russia Summit on 10 May 2005 to assess progress made in achieving the goal of four, shared "common spaces."

EU-Korea Trade Relations - Opportunities and Challenges
25 April 2005

The EPC held a policy dialogue with Korean trade representatives to review the state of EU-Korean business relations.

Ukraine and the EU: How close, how soon?
21 April 2005

Speaking at a Breakfast Policy Briefing, Oleg Ribachuk, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine underlined his country’s commitment to European values.

Assessment of the Common Basic Principles on Integration: the way forward
12 April 2005

The EPC and its strategic partner, the King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) hosted a Policy Dialogue to discuss the Common Basic Principles on Integration, as adopted by the EU Justice and Home Affairs Ministers in November 2004.

Georgia: Priorities and Challenges in 2005 and beyond
3 March 2005

Addressing a Breakfast Policy Briefing, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Salome Zourabichvili, set out her country's priorities and the challenges ahead as Georgia seeks to move closer to the European Union.

After the Bush visit: Prospects for transatlantic relations
28 February 2005

The EPC and the Transatlantic Center of the German Marshall Fund held a joint Policy Dialogue to assess the impact of the European visit of US President George W. Bush on the future of transatlantic relations.

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