EU-China Think Tank Roundtable
14 December 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

This Issue Paper provides a record of the first ever roundtable for Chinese and European think-tanks, organised jointly by the EPC and the China Institute of International Studies, Beijing ahead of the EU/China Summit in The Hague. It also includes a full transcript of the expert discussion with Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao that followed the roundtable.


Toward effective multilateralism - The EU and the UN: Partners in Crisis Management
29 November 2004

Dr. Kennedy Graham explores an important element of the European Union’s commitment to “effective multilateralism”: the increasingly close relationship between the EU and the United Nations in the field of crisis management.


Prospects for EU-Russia Relations
15 November 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

Relations between Russia and the EU have been called "a major failure" over the past weeks, following the cancellation of the joint summit scheduled for 11 November. Differences about the 'four common spaces' between the two partners have increased and authoritarian trends in Russia are of concern to Europeans. Samantha de Bendern and Fraser Cameron examinei this Issue Paper the economic and political prospects for EU-Russia relations as EU and Russian officials prepare to hold joint talks on 25 November.


Ten Do-s and Don't-s for Sustainable Growth in Europe
27 October 2004

On the eve of the publication of the Wim Kok expert group report on the Lisbon strategy, the EPC European Growth Task Force publishes 10 'do-s and don't-s' designed to boost growth in Europe while retaining the positive agenda for jobs, social cohesion and sustainability, which are is at the heart of the Lisbon process.


The Barroso Commission - Unfinished Business?
27 October 2004
Giovanni Grevi (Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow)

Following the decision by Commission President José Manuel Durão Barroso to withdraw his designated College of Commissioners from a vote in the European Parliament, John Palmer and Giovanni Grevi examine the impact of this decision and lay out the policy priorities for the new EU-Commission. This Issue Paper follows the publication of reports on all 25 hearings of Commissioner Designates.


Prospects for EU-Asia Relations
20 October 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

In this Working Paper, Fraser Cameron examines the future prospects for intensified relations between the European Union and Asia, beyond bilateral ties.


Turkey - Ready for the EU?
28 September 2004
Amanda Paul (Senior Policy Analyst)

In a personal commentary Amanda Akçakoca, Fraser Cameron and Eberhard Rhein point to its geo-political significance in the region and insist that the problems Turkey’s accession may pose – given both its size and its relative poverty – are capable of being resolved.


ESDP: The State of Play
20 September 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)


Improving the quality of risk management in the European Union: Risk communication
18 July 2004


How Europe Views America
25 June 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

In this Issue Paper Fraser Cameron suggests that anti-American feeling in Europe has more to do with an opposition to the policies and the tone of the Bush administration rather than with any fundamental dislike of the United States.


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