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.


Light and Shade of a quasi-Constitution
23 June 2004
Giovanni Grevi (Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow)

In this Issue Paper, Giovanni Grevi scrutinises the final Constitutional Treaty by comparing it to the Convention's draft.


Enlargement - The Political Impact
27 April 2004
Fraser Cameron (Senior Adviser to EPC on international programmes)

With the European Union formally opening its doors to 10 new Member States on 1 May, Fraser Cameron analyses the political impact of enlargement in this Issue Paper.


Achieving a New Regulatory Culture in the European Union - An Action Plan
16 April 2004


Integrating Europe: Multiple Speeds - One Direction?
8 April 2004
Giovanni Grevi (Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow)


Lisbon Revisited - Finding a new path to European growth
8 March 2004


A Good Quality Finance Rule
6 February 2004

One the eve of the crucial Lisbon Agenda review at the EU Spring Council meeting, Pier Carlo Padoan and Maria João Rodrigues, argue that the Stability and Growth Pact and the Lisbon reform strategy need to take greater account of each other, because the relationship between fiscal discipline and growth is so important.


Migration and Development: Myths and Facts
21 January 2004

In this introductory paper to the linkage between migration and development that served as a basis for discussions at the EPC-KBF Migration Dialogue: "Migration and Development - Myths and Facts," the International Organisation for Migration provides a clear overview of the issues involved, while Johan Wets presents a critical reflection on the nexus between the two, focussing on effects of 'brain drain' and cultural shifts in the home country.


Population and Votes in the Council of Ministers: Squaring the Circle
15 January 2004
Giovanni Grevi (Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow)

Since the failure of the December Brussels Summit to agree on the shape of Europe's new Constitution, voting systems in the Council of Ministers have become a renewed area of debate. Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover decipher the mathematics behind the arguments.


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