Turkey-Armenia relations - Bilateral and regional perspectives and challenges - Roundtable
20 June 2013

This roundtable discussion, organised in cooperation with TUSKON, looked at the status quo on Turkey and Armenia and the broader region, prospects for attempts at normalisation and what shape that might take, and the work of civil society.


Food taxes in the EU: an effective means to economic and health ends?
19 June 2013

A number of EU countries have experimented with food taxes, but the issue is extremely divisive and there is little consensus over whether they are justified on economic and health grounds.

Food taxes in the EU


Fat, salt and sugar taxes in EU Member States - Delivering economic and health gains? - Workshop
19 June 2013

This workshop reviewed the experience of a number of Member States and assessed the economic and health impacts of food taxes, and explored how far food taxes have been successful in tackling obesity and in incentivising people to adopt healthier lifestyles. Experts also discussed the impact of food taxes on cross-border trade and competition within the EU.


Energy perspectives – Where are we heading?
18 June 2013

The EU is facing a number of challenges in the field of energy as it starts to mull its post-2020 policy framework, ranging from energy prices to security of supply.

Energy perspectives


Nagorno-Karabakh and the role of the EU
17 June 2013

The EU must become more engaged in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, and Association Agreements to be concluded between the Union and Armenia/Azerbaijan could provide an opportunity for progress in resolving the conflict.

Nagorno-Karabakh and the role of the EU


Six months later - What is left of the 2012 European Year of Active Ageing and Solidarity amongst the Generations? - Workshop
12 June 2013

This workshop looked into why some member states are more successful than others in integrating older workers in the labour market, and the main difficulties EU countries face when trying to implement reforms.


Social cohesion in Europe and Asia: prospects and challenges - Workshop
11 June 2013

This workshop, organised in cooperation with the Singapore Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, focused on the importance of maintaining social cohesion and the need to understand its multiple dimensions, including social cohesion, social capital and social mobility in order to shape appropriate policy responses in Europe and Asia.


A choice between a ‘United States of Europe’ and ‘Eurocalypse Now?’
6 June 2013

The current crisis is making some EU countries realise that their relationship goes deeper than simply what is in the Treaties: there are common interests bringing them together and forcing them to act as partners.

A choice between a ‘United States of Europe’ and ‘Eurocalypse Now?’


Lithuania’s priorities for the Council Presidency
4 June 2013

As the last full EU Council presidency before the EU elections, Lithuania is facing an enormous workload.

Lithuania’s priorities for the Council Presidency


The ICTY – What role for justice in Balkans reconciliation?
3 June 2013

Recent high-profile acquittals have been a source of controversy and have stirred passions in the Balkan region as the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) draws to a close.

The ICTY – What role for justice in Balkans reconciliation?


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