Europe and Hong Kong: Challenges in an evolving relationship
23 February 2005

In this Issue Paper, Duncan Freeman, reflects on the future of the economic and political relationship between Hong Kong and the European Union.


Twelve Prescriptions for a European Sustainable Mobility Policy
21 February 2005


The Hague Programme: Strengthening Freedom, Security and Justice in the EU
9 February 2005

In this Working Paper, experienced observers and practitioners deliver the first comprehensive analysis of the challenges facing the Union following the recent adoption of the Hague Programme.


EU-Japan Think Tank Roundtable
4 February 2005
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

This joint Issue Paper (with the National Institute for Research Advancement (NIRA) and the Japan Foundation) provides a record of the first EU-Japan Think Tank Roundtable held in Tokyo in 2005.


Comparing EU and Asian Integration Processes - The EU a role model for Asia?
18 January 2005

In this Issue Paper, Axel Berkofsky examines whether European integration can serve as role model for similar processes in Asia.


Facing the global terrorist threat: a European response
14 January 2005

In this Working Paper, Mirjam Dittrich, analyses the European responses to the global terrorist threat.


Kyoto and Lisbon - the tale of two cities
6 January 2005

Following the official launch of the European Union CO2 emissions trading scheme on 1 January 2005, Julien Bouzon underlines the risks of price fluctuations on the emissions allowance market in this Issue Paper.


China and the WTO
15 December 2004

In this Issue Paper, Professor Sylvain Plasschaert discusses the implications of WTO membership for China's future role in trade relations with the outside world, particularly with the EU.


EU-China Think Tank Roundtable
14 December 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

This Issue Paper provides a record of the first ever roundtable for Chinese and European think-tanks, organised jointly by the EPC and the China Institute of International Studies, Beijing ahead of the EU/China Summit in The Hague. It also includes a full transcript of the expert discussion with Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao that followed the roundtable.


Toward effective multilateralism - The EU and the UN: Partners in Crisis Management
29 November 2004

Dr. Kennedy Graham explores an important element of the European Union’s commitment to “effective multilateralism”: the increasingly close relationship between the EU and the United Nations in the field of crisis management.


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