A final push on EU migration policy before the changing of the guard?
6 December 2013

Much progress on migration has been made to date, but a great deal of work remains to be done.

A final push on EU migration policy before the changing of the guard?


The world after Warsaw: What prospects for achieving a global climate agreement by 2015?
5 December 2013

The 19th United Nations Conference on Climate Change, held in Warsaw on 11-22 November, saw serious debate over the roadmap to Paris, funding and responsibility sharing.

The world after Warsaw


Will the December Summit safeguard the future of Europe’s defence and security industry?
4 December 2013

The European defence and security industry is a major source of innovation, growth and capabilities for military operations, but it currently faces a number of considerable economic and strategic challenges.

Will the December Summit safeguard the future of Europe’s defence and security industry?


Thirsty world: linkages and inter-dependencies between water and energy, agriculture and environment - Task Force meeting
2 December 2013

This Task Force meeting explored the interconnections between water and energy, agriculture and environment to demonstrate the complex nature of the water challenge.


Greece's priorities for the Council Presidency
29 November 2013

Greece faces an "interesting and challenging" six-month EU presidency starting on 1 January, said Theodoros Sotiropoulos, Permanent Representative of Greece to the EU.

Greece's priorities for the Council Presidency


The word from Warsaw: results of the Climate Change Conference and the way forward
28 November 2013

The 19th United Nations Conference on Climate Change, which took place in Warsaw from 11-22 November, can be seen as one step forward in building trust and transparency among the 198 participating countries, with the aim of a global agreement in Paris by the end of 2015 and ratified by 2020.

The word from Warsaw


Health innovation - time for a pause or a push?
26 November 2013

Health systems across Europe are in distress, with spending outpacing income and ageing populations demanding evermore efficient services; however, on a positive note, smart innovation and fast-advancing scientific research can deliver cost-effective healthcare benefits.

Health innovation


Turkey and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership – Realities and expectations
26 November 2013

Turkey’s Customs Union with the EU might be in question unless the country's interests are protected in the current Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks.

Turkey and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership


After Croatia - Re-energising EU enlargement policy on the Balkans
25 November 2013

There is growing concern that, following the "big bang" expansion in 2004, enlargement momentum is slowing. However, the Balkans enlargement drive is re-energising the whole process, with other countries in the accession waiting room "moving forward".

After Croatia


Albania and the EU - The new government's roadmap to 'candidate status'
22 November 2013

After two “Nos” in 2010 and 2011 and a conditional recommendation for ‘candidate status’ in 2012, Albania was finally given the green light by the European Commission for the candidate status on 16 October.

Albania and the EU


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