A globalisation strategy for the EU
2 July 2007

Globalisation should be seen as an opportunity rather than a risk, Claudia Dörr, Director-General at the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


Tenth Anniversary Conference debate on the State of the Union
29 June 2007

The agreement on the outline of a new EU treaty at the June summit was welcomed by speakers at the EPC’s 10th anniversary conference debate on the ‘State of the Union’.


Improving transparency in the Union
29 June 2007

Ensuring transparency in the EU is essential to a pluralist democracy and helps to overcome the Union’s “democratic deficit”, European Ombudsman P. Nikiforos Diamandouros told an EPC Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Flexicurity in Europe
27 June 2007

Flexicurity is designed to modernise the labour market so countries can compete in a globalised world while safeguarding the European social model, Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Commissioner Vladimír �pidla told a Policy Briefing.


From red to gray: aging populations in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
26 June 2007

Countries in East Europe and the former Soviet Union will face a demographic transformation of “enormous magnitude”, with falling birth rates and the ‘greying of the population’.


The challenges of domestic reform and Hungary's perspectives in the EU
26 June 2007

Hungary, together with other new EU Member States in Eastern Europe, is still going through political, economic, social and cultural transformation which could take many years to complete, Hungary’s Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány told a Policy Briefing.


Effective development aid: American, European and multilateral approaches
25 June 2007

Greater efforts are needed to ensure coherence in the EU’s external and internal actions, boost the effectiveness of the aid provided to developing countries and implement the Millennium Development Goals, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Serbia and the EU - latest developments and future prospects
25 June 2007

The new Serbian government is committed to remain on the path towards domestic reform and European integration, Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic told a joint EPC-King Baudouin Foundation Policy Briefing


Islam and democracy: does it work? Perspectives from South east Asia
21 June 2007

South-east Asians do not see any contradiction between Islam and democracy, and do not fear that electoral victory for Islamist parties would lead to the setting up of a Muslim state, Malaysia’s former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim told a Policy Dialogue organised as part of the EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) ‘Asian Voices in Europe’ series.


Equal protection? Approaches to counter-trafficking in the EU and the Balkans
14 June 2007

The Balkan countries’ institutional framework for protecting the victims of trafficking is better than that of many EU Member States.


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