Europe in the age of global competition
6 February 2005

The EPC hosted a high-level panel discussion on the future of European competitiveness, including a keynote speech by Janez Potočnik, European Commissioner for Science and Research and closing remarks from Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, President of the Party of European Socialists.


Kosovo: Towards Final Status
28 January 2005

The expert panel agreed that the status quo in Kosovo was no longer tenable and that the “train was leaving the station” in that the international community was poised to take action to move toward a final settlement. Minority rights and legal protection would have to figure heavily in any such agreement. Any attempts to create a “greater Albania” or to partition Kosovo would have to be stopped


Cyprus: Time for a deal?
28 January 2005

The EPC and the ARI movement held a Policy Dialogue to address the future of Cyprus.


Lisbon and the Stability and Growth Pact: Working for Recovery
26 January 2005

The European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Joaquìn Almunia, addressed a Breakfast Policy Dialogue on a strategy for unifying the Lisbon Strategy reforms with the fiscal discipline enshrined in the Stability and Growth Pact.


Who can best deliver prosperity and social justice in Europe?
21 January 2005

The European Policy Centre hosted the first in a series of direct European political debates between the President's of the European Parliament's two largest parties, Wilfried Martens, President of the European People's Party (EPP), and Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, President of the Party of European Socialists (PES).


Nordic and European Security Concepts: are they compatible?
20 January 2005

The EPC held an expert seminar on the compatibility of Nordic and European security concepts in November 2004. This report summarises the discussions on the three core topics addressed during the seminar, including Nordic attitudes towards the new security threat, Nordic views on NATO and the ESDP and ways to maximise the impact of Nordic security strategies in European policies.


The EU and Japan: Common IPR Strategies in Knowledge-based Economies
20 January 2005

The European Policy Centre held a Policy Dialogue in collaboration with the European Commission, on common Intellectual Property Rights strategies for the EU and Japan.


US and EU Cooperation on Security and Counter-Terrorism
14 January 2005

The EPC welcomed Tom Ridge, Head of the US Department of Homeland Security to a Breakfast Policy Briefing entitled “US and EU Cooperation on Security and Counter-Terrorism,” as part of the work under its Future of Common Foreign and Security Policy programme.


After the elections: Next steps in Ukraine's European journey
6 January 2005

Following Victor Yushchenko's victory in the re-run of the Presidential elections in Ukraine on 26 December, the EPC held a Policy Dialogue with the former Estonian foreign minister, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, MEP and the EPC Political Director, John Palmer, to assess the way forward for EU-Ukraine relations.


Priorities of the Luxembourg Presidency
25 December 2004

At a Breakfast Policy Briefing, HE Martine Schommer, Permanent Representative of Luxembourg to the European Union, outlined her country's priorities for next six months, when it takes over the rotating Presidency of the EU.


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