Europe in the World

Five years of the ICC: perspectives on the future
5 December 2007

The International Criminal Court was established to ensure that the perpetrators of crimes against humanity are brought to justice, but its success rests on government cooperation, which is not always forthcoming, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

Continental shift? The EU-Africa Summit: opportunities and challenges
3 December 2007

The forthcoming EU-Africa Summit offers an opportunity for a “fundamental” change in EU-Africa relations, moving from one of “donor-beneficiary” to one based on an equal trading partnership, Louis Michel, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, told a Policy Briefing.

After the elections: what prospects for Kosovo?
28 November 2007

Despite the successful overall conduct of the recent elections in Kosovo, there is still great potential for future conflict, Tim Guldimann, Head of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Mission in Kosovo, warned a Policy Briefing.

Europe and China: interdependencies on energy and climate security
27 November 2007

With the forecasted global increase in energy consumption and a continuing rise in oil prices, “business as usual” is not an option, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

The EU Foreign Service: how to build a more effective common policy
26 November 2007

The proposed European External Action Service (EEAS) will give the EU greater visibility, make its foreign relations more coherent and help avoid unnecessary duplication, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue held to launch an EPC Working Paper on this issue.

Burma's future: further repression or slow change?
20 November 2007

International pressure is essential to bring about change in Burma following the brutal suppression of the spontaneous demonstrations by a desperate population by the country’s military junta this September, speakers agreed at an EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Dialogue.

Ukraine after the elections: an orange future?
12 November 2007

Ukraine’s future is “bright” and the ideals of the Orange Revolution remain intact, with the recent free and transparent elections demonstrating that the country is developing into a ‘politically mature’ democracy, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.

Energising EU foreign policy
8 November 2007

The EU is now ready to pursue a more “assertive foreign policy” following the agreement on a new EU treaty in October, with the European Parliament playing a stronger role than in the past, Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Chair of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.

Political instability in Pakistan
31 October 2007

Pakistan needs to return to democracy and the military must return to barracks if the country is ever going to achieve long-lasting stability, speakers agreed at an EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Dialogue.

No place for European complacency on human rights
25 October 2007

Human rights are under attack, and the failure of some EU governments to admit to their own failings and to react to US attempts to ‘bend the rules’ during the war on terror, have undermined their legitimacy when it comes to criticising others for abuses of those rights, Thomas Hammarberg, the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.

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Programme Team

Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow

Giovanni Grevi

Researcher in EU energy and climate policy, Institute of European Studies, Free University of Brussels

Marco Giuli

Senior Policy Analysts

Paul Ivan
Amanda Paul

Junior Policy Analyst

Ivano di Carlo