Europe in the World

Security sector reform in peacebuilding: towards an EU-UN partnership?
30 June 2006

An unreformed security sector is a major obstacle to sustainable peace and reform must be part of a holistic approach towards peacebuilding, speakers told a conference organised by the EPC with the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) and the King Baudouin Foundation.

India's economy: current status and future challenges
15 June 2006

Careful economic planning and management have resulted in an average annual 8% growth rate in India and this will be maintained - or even bettered – in future, the country’s Finance Minister Shri Palaniappan Chidambaran told a joint EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Briefing.

The other transatlantic relationship: strengthening EU-Latin America relations
28 April 2006

The EU-Latin American relationship brings economic, social and cultural benefits to both continents, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

The Doha development round: where we stand
11 April 2006

Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson spoke of a “struggle for Europe’s soul” between those who favoured an “open Europe” and “the forces of protectionism, populism and, at times, even xenophobia” at a Breakfast Policy Briefing, warning that these forces could undermine the fundamental achievements of European integration.

Promoting good governance through aid: transatlantic experiences
11 April 2006

Speakers at this Policy Dialogue assessed the progress being made in raising international governance standards through the European Commission’s development programme and the US Millennium Challenge Corporation.

Global security and non-proliferation - EU and Indian approaches
6 April 2006

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue disagreed over the likely impact of the recent US-India agreement on civil nuclear energy.

Public health in emergencies: transatlantic experiences
4 April 2006

Iran's nuclear programme - a transatlantic assessment
27 March 2006

Iran’s nuclear ambitions are a serious threat to stability in the Middle East and more diplomatic efforts are needed to persuade the country’s leaders to abandon plans for any further developments, speakers told a Policy Briefing.

Japan's relations with China and India: friction and future prospects
21 March 2006

Asia is on the rise again, economically and politically, and its future relies on a triangle of economic and political stability involving Japan, China and India, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

EU-Russia: energy security and geopolitics
17 March 2006

The EU-Russian energy relationship is mutually reinforcing, since the Union is constantly seeking secure sources to meet its needs and Russia requires stable markets for its energy supplies, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

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Programme Team

Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow

Giovanni Grevi

Senior Policy Analysts

Paul Ivan
Amanda Paul

Policy Analyst

Marco Giuli

Programme Assistant

Ivano di Carlo