Europe in the World

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?

A summer of disasters: learning from American and European experiences
21 November 2005

The strategic implications of Turkey's EU bid
17 November 2005

The EPC, together with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the Turkish Foreign Policy Institute (DPE), organised a one-day conference. Speakers included leading experts from both Turkey and the European Union and the conference addressed a wide range of issues raised by the start of accession negotiations with Ankara.

EU-Russia relations: moving forwards or backwards?
13 October 2005

Vladimir Chizhov, head of Russia's Mission to the European Union, set the mood at a dialogue organised by the EPC in conjunction with the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung by challenging the title of the discussion.

What future for multilateralism after the Millennium Summit?
12 October 2005

At best two cheers, but certainly not three" was how Lord Hannay, a member of the United Nations' High-Level Panel, summed up the outcome of the UN Millennium Summit in New York in September at a conference organised by the Royal Institute for International Relations (IRRI-KIIB), the EPC and the United Nations Association Flanders Belgium (VVN).

Ukraine facing the future: on the road to reform
11 October 2005

With the Orange Revolution barely a year old, Ukraine Prime Minister Yuri Yekhanurov aptly summed up his country's aspirations by quoting the words of the hero of the hour, President Viktor Yushchenko who said that "without Ukraine, Europe will not be complete" at a conference.

The future of the EU and its relations with the US
15 September 2005

Speaking at a Breakfast Policy Briefing, Ambassador John Bruton, Head of the European Commission's Delegation to the United States, said he had seen a major transformation in American attitudes towards Europe in his ten months in the job.

What prospects for reform in the wider Middle East?
11 July 2005

Keynote speakers at a joint European Policy Centre and World Bank Policy Dialogue painted a sombre picture of progress on the ground, while acknowledging positive signs of changes in the long term. They stressed the importance of using the potential of the European Union’s Barcelona Process, which embraces partner countries in the Mediterranean region. Senior diplomats from the region were more optimistic, stressing the progress which had been made, while conceding that much more work remained to be done.

The EU-India Strategic Partnership - Opportunities for EU and Indian Business
30 June 2005

Speaking at a Policy Briefing, India's Foreign Secretary H E Shyam Saran said that the new EU-India strategic partnership offered scope for significant deepening of the EU-India economic, political and security relations.

Confronting terrorism through democratic means: The Madrid Agenda at the European level
15 June 2005

Addressing a joint EPC-Club de Madrid Policy Dialogue the European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, Franco Frattini, underlined the importance of upholding fundamental rights and freedoms in formulating functional anti-terrorism policy.

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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