The European External Action Service - A new impetus for EU foreign policy?
31 January 2011

The European External Action Service (EEAS) may not be ‘mission impossible’, but it isn’t living up to its expectations, and needs to put essential factors in place, agreed speakers at a Policy Dialogue.


Turkey-EU relations: where to next?
27 January 2011

The EU with Turkey in it would be politically and economically stronger - especially important at a time when the global balance of power is shifting said Egemen Bağiş, Turkish Minister for European Affairs and Chief Negotiator, at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Towards competitive, sustainable and secure energy?
25 January 2011

Energy will be a decisive factor in future sustainable growth in Europe, said Günther Oettinger, European Commissioner for Energy, at a Breakfast Briefing.


Boosting the potential of the EU: the Single Market Act
20 January 2011

The single market is important to the future of Europe as a major source of fast sustainable growth and employment, said Jonathan Faull, Director General for Internal Market and Services in the European Commission, at a Sixty-Minute Briefing.


The European economy in 2011
13 January 2011

The European economy will continue to recover through 2011 and 2012, but this will be subdued and there remains a significant amount of risk, both in Europe and globally, said panellists at a Policy Dialogue.


The implementation of the Lisbon Treaty - one year on
12 January 2011

More than a year after it was formally approved, the Lisbon Treaty is still a work in progress, said speakers at a Policy Dialogue.


Does crisis Europe need more skilled migrants? The debate on intra-corporate transferees
11 January 2011

A European Commission proposal to facilitate the migration of skilled workers to Europe is fundamental to revitalising the economy and essential to the future economic health of the region, according to speakers at a Policy Dialogue.


Securing the global supply chain
6 January 2011

The security and resilience of the global supply chain is essential to the stability of the global economy, and the well-being of people across the world, said Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security at a Policy Briefing organised in cooperation with the United States Mission to the EU.


Creating a single market for innovation - Are we on the right track?
16 December 2010

The single market for innovation could benefit from improving the quality of educational institutions, removing administrative bottlenecks, and promoting networks, according to speakers at a Policy Dialogue.


On the receiving end: strengthening European preparedness for cross-border disaster assistance
15 December 2010

The launch of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ report on the legal framework for cross-border disaster relief highlighted how the International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance (IDRL) guidelines and recommendations have been and will continue to be important contributions to the EU policy-making process, as discussed at a Policy Dialogue.


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