Teaching history: the path towards reconciliation in the Balkans
9 May 2007

Teaching a ‘joint’ history of the Balkans region can play an important part in the reconciliation process, preventing nationalists from using past events to feed future conflicts and helping students to understand other viewpoints, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Securing energy supply and tackling climate change: the view from India
26 April 2007

India needs to maintain an economic growth rate of 8% to eradicate poverty, but also recognises the importance of balancing energy needs with environmental safeguards, said Shyam Saran, Special Envoy to the Indian Prime Minister.


Counter-terrorism and police cooperation: combining effectiveness with democracy
20 April 2007

Following the attacks in New York, London and Madrid, the EU’s counter-terrorism strategy has become a cross-cutting policy in all the EU institutions, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Better regulation and the internal market
19 April 2007

Applying the principles of better regulation should help to make the internal market more efficient, Arlene McCarthy, Chair of the European Parliament’s Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


EU Consumer Policy
26 March 2007

The EU’s body of consumer legislation needs updating to ensure shoppers can take full advantage of the single market and have the confidence to do so, Robert Madelin, European Commission Director-General for Health and Consumer Protection, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


Perspectives for transatlantic cooperation and integration
23 March 2007

Everyone is looking to the EU-US summit in April to deliver a new transatlantic relationship - one which builds on existing strong links while recognising the emergence of other economic and political powers - speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Dealing (and the deal) with North Korea
22 March 2007

The agreement reached on North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme is “better than nothing”, speakers agreed at a joint EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Dialogue.


The EU's final frontiers
21 March 2007

Europe should not set its final frontiers in stone and should continue using its soft power to transform potential members and spread “European values".


The co-existence of civilisations
19 March 2007

The ‘Co-existence of civilisations’ initiative aims to foster peace between cultures and faiths by empowering the powerless, encouraging inter-faith dialogue, creating public space for co-existence and overcoming the “security agenda”, Prince Hassan of Jordan told a joint EPC-King Baudouin Foundation Policy Briefing, held in collaboration with Mandag Morgen.


The social side of Lisbon
15 March 2007

With the EU’s economy now on the “upswing”, any perceived contradictions between Europe’s economic and social policies are “out of place”, Nikolaus van der Pas, European Commission Director-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


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