After the annus horribilis: a review of the EU institutions
15 December 2005

The EU's constitutional treaty would have given 'added value' to the way the EU’s institutions function, but it would be wrong to deduce that nothing could be done in its absence, former Justice and Home Affairs Commissioner Antonio Vitorino told a Policy Dialogue.


The future of Serbia-Montenegro
12 December 2005

The possibility of an early referendum on Montenegro's independence and its likely impact on the region as a whole were the focus of debate at a Joint Dialogue organised by the EPC together with the King Baudouin Foundation (KBF), the Open Society Institute (OSI) and the Conflict Prevention Partnership (CPP).


Muslims in Europe: The EU's new agenda on integration and radicalisation
8 December 2005

The integration of Muslims in Europe is essential – not an option – insisted speakers at a Policy Dialogue organised by the EPC together with the King Baudouin Foundation and COMPAS, Oxford University.


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 EU and the Western Balkans: visa, asylum and immigration
2 December 2005

The Western Balkans is a "strategic region" for the European Union - not only geographically but also politically, because of the common traditions, cultures and other links binding the EU's current Member States and Balkan hopefuls.


Balkan Muslims and the future of Islam in Europe
2 December 2005

Ever closer European Union relations with many Balkan countries, with some in line for EU membership negotiations, will force a rethink in Western Europe of accepted notions of statehood, and the role that religion - and in particular Islam - can play in state affairs. This was the focal point of discussion by a panel of experts at a joint EPC-KBF Policy 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.


Can temporary migration solve Europe's labour crisis?
1 December 2005

Temporary migration can benefit both 'receiving' countries, because of its flexibility and the resultant economic growth, and 'source' countries, because of the consequent reduction in domestic unemployment and the remittances sent home by workers.


EU-Japan think-tank roundtable on global governance
29 November 2005

The problems facing both the European Union and Japan because of declining birth rates and trends in regional cooperation and integration in Europe and Asia were the twin themes of the second EU-Japan Roundtable on global governance organised by the European Policy Centre (EPC), the National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA) and the Japan Foundation (JF), and co-financed by the European Commission.


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.


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