Membership of the Union - Stronger voice, greater responsibility
7 October 2004

Addressing a Policy Briefing, the Czech Republic's Prime Minister, Stanislav Gross, called for renewed efforts from EU Member States and institutions to make a success of the Lisbon Agenda and increasing Europe's competitiveness, social cohesion and environmental sustainability.


The European Union in the World - Reflections and Ambitions
10 September 2004

Christopher Patten reflected on his five years at the European Commissioner for External Relations. He issued a critical but optimistic review of progress in developing Europe’s Common Foreign and Security Policy.


Perspectives for European Economic Growth: A view from the Dutch Presidency
31 August 2004

Addressing a Breakfast Briefing, Dutch Minister for Economic Affairs, Laurens Jan Brinkhorst said that the Dutch EU Presidency was committed to closely examining the Competitiveness Council and ensuring its better management.


NATO's post-Istanbul Agenda
18 July 2004

Speaking at a Policy Briefing, NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer stressed the necessity for closer EU-NATO cooperation beyond the realm of peacekeeping. He encouraged the EU to take on a greater responsibility in security matters to achieve a 'healthy transatlantic relationship in the 21st century.'


China engages Asia: A new regional order?
18 July 2004

The EPC and the European Institute for Asian Studies hosted a joint policy briefing featuring David Shambaugh, Director of the China Policy Program at The George Washington University, to address China's emerging role as a regional leader.


The Role of Enforcement in Effective Environmental Protection
1 July 2004

The EPC welcomed Thomas L. Sansonetti, Assistant Attorney General for Environment and Natural Resources Division, US Department of Justice who reflected on strategies to enforce effective environmental protection.


EU-US relations after the Summit
30 June 2004

Reflecting on the outcome of the EU-US Summit at an EPC Policy Briefing, Günter Burghardt, Head of the European Commission Delegation in Washington DC, said that the relationship was now "back to normal."


Georgia and the EU - Enhancing Cooperation and Integration
18 June 2004

Addressing an audience at a Breakfast Policy Briefing to reflect on the political and economic situation in his country following the 'rose revolution,' Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania said that Europe was the "only logical next step for his country." This sentiment was shared by the overwhelming majority of the Georgian people, he said.


The International Criminal Court: Prospects for the future
16 June 2004

At a Policy Dialogue on the International Criminal Court, ICC Judge Philippe Kirsch outlined the development and the challenges that now face the Court in winning even wider international support.


Priorities of the Dutch Presidency
10 June 2004

Speaking at a Breakfast Policy Briefing, Dutch Permanent Representative to the EU, Tom de Bruijn outlined the priorities of the coming Dutch EU Presidency.


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