Energy security: a global challenge
24 May 2006

Energy security is the most pressing challenge of the 21st century and EU-US cooperation can make “a positive difference”, US Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Anthony Wayne told a Policy Briefing.


Challenges of EU enlargement
22 May 2006

The EU’s 2004 enlargement was a “success story” but action is needed to address public concerns about the process and ensure the Union has the institutional capacity to function effectively as it grows, Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


National political parties and Europe: the missing link?
17 May 2006

Increasing EU integration has had little impact on national political parties, which remain detached from EU policy developments and the legislative process, speakers told a joint EPC-Economic and Social Research Council Policy Dialogue.


EU-US regulatory cooperation: lessons learned
12 May 2006

The importance of the transatlantic relationship cannot be exaggerated and closer EU-US economic integration would reap huge benefits for both sides, HE C Boyden Gray, US Ambassador to the European Union, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Financial supervision in Europe: time for a European system?
8 May 2006

The rapid growth in the European financial services sector and the expansion in companies’ cross-border activities make it essential to establish an integrated EU-wide system to police their activities, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


The other transatlantic relationship: strengthening EU-Latin America relations
28 April 2006

The EU-Latin American relationship brings economic, social and cultural benefits to both continents, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


The Doha development round: where we stand
11 April 2006

Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson spoke of a “struggle for Europe’s soul” between those who favoured an “open Europe” and “the forces of protectionism, populism and, at times, even xenophobia” at a Breakfast Policy Briefing, warning that these forces could undermine the fundamental achievements of European integration.


Promoting good governance through aid: transatlantic experiences
11 April 2006

Speakers at this Policy Dialogue assessed the progress being made in raising international governance standards through the European Commission’s development programme and the US Millennium Challenge Corporation.


Passport to the EU: the transnational side-effects of nationality laws in the European Union
7 April 2006

Laws regulating third-country nationals’ access to EU citizenship are an area of migration policy which is often ignored in Europe. But efforts must be made to narrow the gap between the preferential treatment given to descendents of EU emigrants and the increasingly stringent requirements facing other third-country nationals already living in the Union, speakers told a EPC-KBF Policy Dialogue.


Global security and non-proliferation - EU and Indian approaches
6 April 2006

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue disagreed over the likely impact of the recent US-India agreement on civil nuclear energy.


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