Regionalisation: Asian views on the European experience
16 February 2007

European integration is well-developed and sustained by numerous treaties, institutions and laws, while regionalism in East Asia is a relatively new idea and lacks any formal binding agreements, speakers agreed at a joint EPC-Asia-Europe Foundation Policy Dialogue.


Challenges in the Balkans: Albania's view
15 February 2007

Albania’s top foreign policy priorities are to foster regional prosperity and stability, speed up the integration of Balkan countries into the EU and strengthen the region’s international alliances, Foreign Affairs Minister Besnik Mustafaj told a joint EPC-KBF Policy Briefing.


New Challenges to human rights and democracy in Europe
14 February 2007

The Council of Europe plays a key role in fostering Europe-wide cooperation in the ‘war on terror’ while ensuring that individuals’ human rights are not undermined, its Secretary-General Terry Davis told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Central Europe after EU accession
12 February 2007

Rising disillusionment with the EU has fuelled growing populism and anti-liberalism in the ‘Visegrad 4’ countries - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - since they became EU members, Jacques Rupnik, Research Director, CERI/Sciences Po, told a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


France and Europe on the eve of the presidential elections: reconciliation or divorce?
8 February 2007

Europe needs France to “retake” its seat at the table, and the forthcoming presidential elections could pave the way for that, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


The new EU energy policy: balancing the internal market and external security of supply
1 February 2007

The European Commission’s new energy package was keenly debated at a Policy Dialogue organised jointly with the Clingendael International Energy Programme.


Towards a comprehensive settlement for Darfur
26 January 2007

The conflict in Darfur is a “man-made disaster of catastrophic proportions” which can never be solved by military means alone, speakers agreed at an EPC-International Crisis Group-Save Darfur conference.


State of the Union debate
25 January 2007

Finding a way out of the impasse over the Constitutional Treaty is essential to enable the EU to tackle the issues which matter most to ordinary citizens, the leaders of the three biggest political groups in the European Parliament agreed at a debate.


Reviving Doha: What chance of success?
24 January 2007

After a “bad year’ for the Doha trade negotiations, 2007 has begun “in a much more positive mood” as political leaders weigh up the “modest price” of success against the “formidable” costs of failure, World Trade Organization Director-General Pascal Lamy told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Migration and remittances: Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
18 January 2007

Migration from Eastern Europe and Central Asia is increasing and, with it, the money migrants send back to their home countries, which can constitute as much as 20% of a country’s GDP. The process should be properly managed, particularly for countries like Kosovo, and ‘circular migration’ could ensure a “triple win”, with sending and receiving countries and migrants themselves all benefiting, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue organised with the King Baudouin Foundation and the World Bank.


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