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.


After the Irish referendum: what next for EU reform?
2 July 2008

The shock of Ireland’s rejection of the Lisbon Treaty should force European politicians to take steps to ensure that the EU is “owned” by - and serves - all its citizens, not just a political elite, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


EU regional policy post-2013: more of the same or a new beginning?
1 July 2008

Europe’s poorer regions which benefit most from its cohesion policy are recording much faster economic growth than the rest of the EU but, with continuing uneven regional growth, there is scope for further structural changes, Danuta Hübner, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, told a Breakfast Briefing.


How can future European industrial policy help European companies to stay competitive?
27 June 2008

The aim of the EU’s industrial policy is to provide a suitable framework for European companies to compete in a globalised world, but the real push has to come from entrepreneurs themselves, Günter Verheugen, European Commissioner for Enterprise and Industry, told a Breakfast Briefing.


Global chemistry: the implementation of REACH and Europe's growing role as a global standards-setter
27 June 2008

Just one month after the ECHA - set up to administer REACH - began work, it is already setting international standards on chemical safety which global companies will adhere to in order to maintain their share of the EU market, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Japan and the G8 summit: tackling the challenge of climate change
26 June 2008

The Japanese government has introduced stringent measures to transform the country into a low-carbon society, so is now on target to meet its Kyoto commitments, Professor Hironori Hamanaka told a Policy Briefing.


Radicalisation of Muslim youth: a self-fulfilling prophecy?
25 June 2008

The EU must confront the threat of Jihadism through national security policies to prevent more terrorist attacks in Europe, long-term EU measures to address the tensions which fan this violence, and measures to prevent it spreading outside Europe’s borders, Walid Phares, Visiting Fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy, told a Policy Briefing.


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