Governance of the euro zone
9 October 2007

Sound economic management is the key to ensuring that the euro zone functions properly and guard again economic shocks, given the diversity of the countries within it, Jean-Claude Trichet, President of the European Central Bank, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Asia's economic and financial crisis - ten years on
21 September 2007

The 1997 Asian financial crisis ushered in major political change in some of the worse-affected countries, speakers told an EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Dialogue.


The EU's energy goals
19 September 2007

 

The development of a genuinely competitive internal energy market, and a balanced approach towards energy efficiency, energy saving and reducing emissions, are preconditions for securing a competitive, affordable and clean energy in the future, Angelika Niebler, Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Britain's policy on Europe
14 September 2007

UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown takes a “utilitarian” view of Europe, supporting it as far as it helps Britain, so his approach to EU negotiations is likely to be similar to that of former Premier Margaret Thatcher.


Fixing failed states: an insider's view
23 July 2007

The international community must show leadership and imagination to use “open moments” in history to change the course of world politics, Ashraf Ghani, Chairman of the Institute of State Effectiveness, told a Policy Briefing.


France and the EU: new government, new priorities?
18 July 2007

France has once again taken its place at the heart of Europe and Europe has ‘returned’ to France, French Minister of State for European Affairs Jean-Pierre Jouyet told a Policy Briefing.


The euro and European competitiveness
16 July 2007

The euro has been an economic success, with increased investment, low unemployment and the euro zone recording its fastest economic growth rate since 2000, Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquín Almunia told a Policy Briefing.


China's energy security: policies and global impact
12 July 2007

China produces 93% of its energy, but still has problems meeting its needs because of its massive economic growth, and is therefore introducing energy-efficiency and conservation measures to deal with shortages, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Europe's responsibility to protect: what role for the EU?
9 July 2007

The 2005 United Nations’ World Summit endorsement of the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ principle, giving the international community a duty to intervene to protect citizens from mass atrocities, was a watershed moment, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


Carla Del Ponte assesses eight years at the ICTY
5 July 2007

Attaching conditions to the start of EU membership negotiations has been the most effective tool in getting countries to work with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, its Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte told a Policy Briefing.


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