A business plan for modernising the European economy
7 June 2004

Europe needs creative, competitive diversity to achieve its economic goals, Commissioner Siim Kallas said at an EPC Breakfast Policy Briefing.


HIV-AIDS Pandemic: Challenges ahead and the role of foundations and civil society
7 June 2004

Poul Nielson, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, insisted that prevention was the only way to eradicate the HIV-AIDS pandemic at a Policy Briefing.


Can the Doha Round be saved?
26 May 2004

Addressing a Breakfast Policy Briefing, Mogens Peter Carl, Director General for Trade in the European Commission, expressed optimism over the successful conclusion of the Doha Round of trade negotiations, but cautioned that this could only happen, if some of the basic premises were reviewed.


EU and Azerbaijan: New horizons for partnership
24 May 2004

Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbaijan, addressed a Policy Briefing on relations between his country and the European Union, focussing particularly on the impact of the new Neighbourhood Policy.


A global imbalance
17 May 2004

The President of the World Bank Group, James Wolfensohn, addressed an invited EPC audience to reflect on current global challenges.


The Contribution of the New Member States to a United Europe
12 May 2004

In a speech to a full auditorium on 10 May, former Czech President Václav Havel urged politicians to be courageous decision-makers and approach policy with a long-term vision.


The Regions in Europe: A new role for an enlarged EU
10 May 2004

Ahead of the European Commission’s Third Cohesion Forum, First Minister for Scotland Jack McConnell addressed a Breakfast Policy Briefing on the role of the regions in enhancing cohesion in the European Union.


Partnering on Research & Information Technology for a sustainable future - a US EPA perspective
6 May 2004

The EPC hosted two representatives from the US Environmental Protection Agency to address the EU-US collaboration on sustainibility among wider topics of environmental regulation at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Cyprus entering the EU: United or divided?
26 April 2004

Mehmet Ali Talat, Leader of the Republican Turkish Party expressed concern over the likely "no" vote in the Greek cypriot community and said that the Turkish Cypriots were committed to finding a way out of their protracted isolation by pursuing efforts toward reunification.


Romania: The last lap towards EU accession
16 April 2004

The EPC and the King Baudouin Foundation hosted Romanian Foreign Minister, Mircea Dan Geoana. Minister Geoana spoke about his country's determination to complete the accession negotiations for full EU membership and outlined Romania's foreign policy goals toward the wider European neighbourhood.


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