The Digital Single Market – Investing in infrastructure – Workshop
23 January 2014

The workshop reflected on ways to attract the investments that are needed to move the digital agenda forward,  assessed the effectiveness of various financing tools for digital infrastructure and analysed the potential of Public Private Partnerships.


After Bali – Can WTO and TTIP join forces? – Workshop
22 January 2014

The workshop addressed the outcome of the December 2013 Bali conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO), its potential implications for the future of the WTO and trade multilateralism, as well as the potential dynamics between the WTO and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.


Lives at risk, rights in danger - Has Europe lost its way?
21 January 2014

With tragedies and loss of life continuing to occur in the Mediterranean, and memories of the many 2013 disasters including Lampedusa still raw, the question of whether Europe is meeting its human rights obligations is becoming increasingly urgent.

Lives at risk, rights in danger


The European economic outlook 2014 - sustainable recovery?
16 January 2014

The panelists asserted that despite the euro having survived the financial crisis, there was a significant slowdown in world trade, growth, and unemployment which remained worryingly high.

The European economic outlook 2014


Kosovo's stride towards the EU - Next steps towards visa liberalisation
16 January 2014

Kosovo is well on the way to delivering what is required by the European Commission to qualify for EU candidate status, expressed the country's Minister for European Integration, Vlora Citaku.

Kosovo's stride towards the EU


EU-Russia relations in 2014 - What lies ahead?
13 January 2014

The Russian Federation and the European Union are major partners in a number of key spheres, including the economy, energy, and internal and external aspects of security.

EU-Russia relations in 2014


Judicial reform in Turkey - A critical assessment
18 December 2013

Turkey's long-running efforts at judicial reform are delivering genuine improvements but these positive steps had been piecemeal and had still not been translated into public trust.

Judicial reform in Turkey


Bringing peace to the EU's Eastern neighbourhood - Challenges, prospects and opportunities for the OSCE and the EU
17 December 2013

The EPC in cooperation with Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) and the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the EU organised a conference with the participation of numerous diplomats, experts and EU actors in order to take stock of the conflicts in the EU’s Eastern neighbourhood.

Bringing peace to the EU's Eastern neighbourhood


EU integration – Moldova’s irreversible choice
11 December 2013

As one of the two partner countries of the EU to initial an Association Agreement (including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA)) at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, the Republic of Moldova is at a key stage in its European integration process.

EU integration – Moldova’s irreversible choice


The external dimension of industrial policy - Task Force meeting
10 December 2013

This meeting debated and identified the measures and policy recommendations which could boost European industry internationally and in a coherent way.


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