The European Parliament at mid-term
18 October 2006

“The Parliament can be proud of itself,” declared its President Josep Borrell Fontelles at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Global challenges, global responses? Migration and development
16 October 2006

Migration is “one of the big challenges of our time” and is a “global issue which must be tackled globally”, Peter Sutherland, United Nations Special Representative on International Migration, told a Policy Briefing.


Europe's frontiers
13 October 2006

Europe should be defined not by its limits and borders, but by its “frontiers”, Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn told an EPC Sixty-Minute Briefing.


The future of the euro zone
13 October 2006

Euro-zone members are now paying greater attention to economic issues than in the past to anticipate and prepare for the economic challenges which lie ahead, Jean-Claude Juncker, the Luxembourg Prime Minister and President of the Eurogroup, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


The potential emergence of the Barents Sea as a 'petroleum province': implications for Norway and Europe
12 October 2006

Energy security is emerging as a political and foreign policy issue, Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre and European Commission President José Manuel Barroso agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


For a European civil protection force: between a Europe of results and a relaunch of the constitutional project
11 October 2006

The European Union must be given a strong political dimension and concentrate on delivering concrete policies, Michel Barnier, Vice-President of the European People’s Party, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Trade
6 October 2006

The Doha Development Round is at a “moment of truth” and there is only a short window of opportunity to reach a deal between now and spring 2007, warned David O’Sullivan, the European Commission’s Director-General for Trade, at the first ‘Sixty-Minute Briefing’.


Europe's challenges and Turkey's role
5 October 2006

Turkey has made impressive political and economic progress in preparing itself for EU membership, but needs to keep up the pace of reform, speakers agreed at a joint EPC-TÜSIAD Policy Dialogue.


Investing in Europe's cities and regions: public and private partners for growth and jobs
2 October 2006

Europe’s regions have a key role to play in achieving the goals laid down in the EU’s ‘Lisbon Strategy’, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


How Asia looks at Europe
25 September 2006

Coverage of the EU in the Asian media is very poor, with only a sprinkling of stories in national newspapers and television every day, said Professor Martin Holland. Outlining the findings of a recent study at a Policy Briefing, organised with the Asia-Europe Foundation, he said the lack of media interest was hindering Asia-Europe relations.


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