The European External Action Service one year on
25 January 2012

The creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) can be a turning point for how the EU acts and is seen worldwide, said David O'Sullivan, Chief Operating Officer of the EEAS, at a Policy Briefing.

The European External Action Service one year on


Is Europe still a world leader in tackling climate change?
24 January 2012

Developing the green economy presents the EU with an ideal opportunity to plot a route out of the economic crisis while at the same time taking measures to avert climate catastrophe, Danish Minister for Climate, Energy and Building Martin Lidegaard told a Policy Briefing.


Towards new methods of governance in European crisis and disaster management? - Workshop
24 January 2012

This workshop discussed the pros and cons of EU governance and debated the possibilities of extending it to new policy areas linked to European crisis and disaster management.


What economic prospects for 2012?
17 January 2012

Persistent uncertainty over the euro zone’s future and incessant political wrangling makes it difficult to forecast the EU’s economic outlook for 2012, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.


A European Union stronger after the crises
16 January 2012

Today’s European Union faces an existential challenge and risks breaking up if concrete action is not taken to address the sovereign debt crisis soon, said speakers in a Policy Dialogue.


Macedonia or the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia? - Time to solve the name game
20 December 2011

The opening of EU accession negotiations with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) has been blocked since 2005 over a name dispute with Greece, and tensions between the two countries are currently running high and a solution seems further away than ever, said Nikola Poposki, Foreign Minister of FYROM, at a Policy Briefing.


The fight for influence in the South Caucasus - What role for the EU?
14 December 2011

Public opinion towards domestic public institutions – as well as the EU – differs between the countries of the South Caucasus, heard participants in a conference organised in cooperation with the Eurasia Partnership Foundation and Robert Bosch Stiftung.


Improving regional security architecture through an Asia-Europe strategic partnership
13 December 2011

Security is an area in which EU-Asia cooperation can bear fruit, particularly as both regions share experience of conflict management, heard participants in a Briefing.


Post-Summit Briefing
12 December 2011

Last week’s EU summit produced mixed signals and it is difficult to assess the outcome, said speakers at a Post-Summit Briefing.


Europe in the world: The role of culture and soft power
8 December 2011

Europe is a declining force and other alternative global cultures are on the rise, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue organised in cooperation with 'More Europe'.


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