Comment relancer la croissance en zone euro
17 September 2008

The most important measures to boost economic growth and reduce inflation in the euro zone are to restore consumer confidence and push Eurogroup members to coordinate their fiscal policies, Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Luxembourg and President of the Eurogroup, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Citizenship and integration contracts: a Gallic future for EU policy?
11 September 2008

The Immigration Pact to be discussed at the October EU Summit concentrates on border controls, combating illegal immigration and attracting highly-skilled workers. Many countries are also discussing ‘integration contracts’ or tests for migrants on arrival, but speakers at this Policy Dialogue said these are designed to control migrant behaviour, and do not encourage integration or acknowledge the positive contribution they make to their host country.


Turkish Cypriot vision for Cyprus
10 September 2008

He was “cautiously optimistic” that an agreement could be reached on the reunification of Cyprus within the next year, as much has already been achieved and both parties are committed to continuing “until the end”, Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat told a Breakfast Briefing on 10 September.


Transition from the European periphery to the European core
5 September 2008

After a “horrible 20th century”, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYR Macedonia) is ready to join the EU and NATO, Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Bocevski insisted at a Policy Briefing.


Russia on the global stage
3 September 2008

Events in Georgia have highlighted the need to strengthen EU-Russia relations, but sadly the West prefers to “contain” Russia, rather than working with it as an emerging strategic partner, said Ambassador Vladimir Chizhov at a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


Europe's future approach to globalisation: engagement, denial or protection?
16 July 2008

Europe must engage with the changing world by “shaping” globalisation rather than hiding from it, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Security and development in Africa: strengthening conflict prevention, resolution and management
15 July 2008

The EU and the African Union are developing a security and development partnership, based on enhancing dialogue between warring factions, overseeing Africa’s peace and security architecture, and supporting African security operations, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Global Europe: what next for EU foreign policy?
11 July 2008

The EU must face up to the challenges arising from the three key drivers of change which are shaping today’s world: economic changes, demography and climate change, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, European Commissioner for External Relations and European Neighbourhood Policy, told a Breakfast Briefing.


Supporting African governance: the donor's dilemma
8 July 2008

The African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) is a unique initiative to assess governance in Africa, in which Heads of State agree to be peer reviewed by “equals”, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Women, youth and interfaith diversity: an American perspective
2 July 2008

After the 9/11 attacks, it is vital to build bridges between Muslim communities and the rest of society, and the aim of the American Society of Muslim Advancement is to show the commonalities between Islamic and Western values, its founder Daisy Khantold a Policy Briefing.


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