Iran's role in the Greater Middle East: options for a transatlantic approach
18 November 2005

The Center for Applied Policy Research (C.A.P) in Munich, and the European Policy Centre (EPC) held a roundtable with experts from the United States and Europe to discuss the chances of - and the challenges for - a transatlantic approach to Iran. The roundtable was part of the C.A.P's Improving Responsiveness project, a cooperation between the C.A.P and the German Marshall Fund of the United States.


The strategic implications of Turkey's EU bid
17 November 2005

The EPC, together with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the Turkish Foreign Policy Institute (DPE), organised a one-day conference. Speakers included leading experts from both Turkey and the European Union and the conference addressed a wide range of issues raised by the start of accession negotiations with Ankara.


Religion, culture, diversity and tolerance - shaping the new Europe
8 November 2005

Western liberal society was at risk unless it listened to the Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams told a Policy Briefing. He said he was not demanding a return to the days when religion dictated public policy, but political life had to engage seriously with its historical Christian tradition.


Stability and prosperity: key steps in Albania's European Union vocation
27 October 2005

"Albania is a bridge between the East and the West, but one cannot live on a bridge; we have to be aware that we are going westwards." This was the key message from Besnik Mustafaj, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania.


From quantity to quality - a CAP for the 21st century
27 October 2005

Farmers in the European Union must compete on quality rather than quantity to remain competitive on world markets, argued Mariann Fischer Boel, the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, at a Breakfast Briefing.


A new contract for Europe - growth for solidarity to protect our freedom
24 October 2005

The European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, Louis Michel, spoke frankly about the deep crisis facing the Union – a sense that Europe risked turning inward just when globalisation was opening up the world – at a Breakfast Briefing.


Globalisation: the winning strategies
18 October 2005

The Nordic countries have embraced the challenge of globalisation positively, with business, governments, the trades unions and the public cooperating to make the adjustments necessary to survive – and flourish – in a globalised world. This was the main message from a Policy Dialogue.


Financing Europe - the budget conundrum
17 October 2005

The chances of a deal on the EU’s budget for 2007-2013 by the end of the year are growing, according to speakers at a Dialogue.


Television across Europe: regulation, policy and independence
14 October 2005

Television remains the primary source of information for most people in Europe. However, public service broadcasting faces new challenges and threats including a lack of diversity and pluralism, political interference in editorial freedom in some countries, the "dumbing down" of programmes and ownership of commercial television stations increasingly being concentrated in the hands of the few.


EU-Russia relations: moving forwards or backwards?
13 October 2005

Vladimir Chizhov, head of Russia's Mission to the European Union, set the mood at a dialogue organised by the EPC in conjunction with the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung by challenging the title of the discussion.


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