The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation: a new regional kid on the block?
18 February 2008

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation - made up of China, Russia and the Central Asian republics - was created in 2001 to fight the “three evils” of terrorism, separatism and extremism, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Taking stock, looking ahead: regional co-operation in South-eastern Europe after the Stability Pact
15 February 2008

As the Stability Pact prepares to hand over its responsibilities in South-eastern Europe to the newly-formed Regional Cooperation Council, it can look back on a successful eight years, with the region now enjoying strong economic growth and greater security.


Minorities in an ever wider European Union
12 February 2008

Minorities in the ‘countries in transition’ in Central and Eastern Europe are discriminated against and marginalised because of the lack of legal provision to protect them adequately, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue, held in cooperation with the King Baudouin Foundation.


Euro-Turks: a bridge or a breach between Turkey and the European Union?
31 January 2008

Of the four million Turks living in Europe, 40% see themselves as both Turkish and European and are helping to bridge the gap between Turkey and the EU. But an equal number who do not “affiliate” themselves with their host country can create breaches between the two, speakers told a vPolicy Dialogue organised in cooperation with the King Baudouin Foundation.


A future vision for the Caucasus-Caspian region and its European dimension
29 January 2008

The Caucasus-Caspian states need to work together to build up their economic strength and establish stability and security in the region, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


Consumers: the competitive advantage
22 January 2008

The European Commission is planning to launch a ‘consumer market scoreboard’ using five indicators - prices, complaints, satisfaction levels, switching rates and safety - to monitor how consumers are being served, Consumer Protection Commissioner Meglena Kuneva told a Breakfast Briefing.


Future of the euro zone
22 January 2008

The introduction of the euro resulted in an “immense change” for the single market and should lead to closer collaboration in areas such as financial services, but progress has been slow, Italian Finance Minister Tommaso Padoa Schioppa told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


'Chindia': the spectacular rise of China and India
21 January 2008

China and India’s economic rise is “unparalleled in human history” and the West should accept them as equal partners in international fora to frame new rules to govern the global economy, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue organised with the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF).


An ocean of opportunity
10 January 2008

Europe’s seas play a large role in its economy and the massive growth in maritime industries calls for an integrated approach taking all sectors into account, said Joe Borg, European Commissioner for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


The EU in 2008 - what MEPs expect
8 January 2008

The biggest issue for the EU in 2008 is to get the Lisbon Treaty ratified, the leaders of the European Parliament’s three largest political groups agreed at an a EPC debate organised in collaboration with EurActiv.


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