Reports 2010

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EU-Georgia Economic Relations: Achievements & Challenges - Roundtable
29 November 2010

This Eastern Promises Roundtable provided an opportunity to share views and experiences on the business climate in Georgia and on the developments of EU-Georgia economic relations.


East Asian security: views from Japan
29 November 2010

Tsutomu Kikuchi, Professor in International Relations at Aoyama Gakuin University, and Tsuneo Watanabe, Senior Research Fellow at the Tokyo Foundation, presented a tour d’horizon of Asian security and political relations at a Policy Dialogue.


The priorities of the Hungarian Presidency of the EU
26 November 2010

Péter Györkös, Permanent Representative of Hungary to the EU, outlined the priorities of the forthcoming Hungarian EU Presidency in 2011 at a Breakfast Briefing.


EU-Indonesia: time to move to strategic partnership?
25 November 2010

In 2009, Indonesia and the EU signed a comprehensive Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). N. Hassan Wirajuda, former foreign minister of the Republic of Indonesia and currently a leading advisor to the Indonesian President told a Policy Briefing, held in cooperation with the Indonesian Mission to the EU, that "it is now time for Indonesia and the EU to move beyond the PCA to a strategic partnership”.


Will current austerity measures reduce citizens’ long-term well-being? – Forum meeting
25 November 2010

This Economic Policy Forum debate focused on the question of how European policy makers should steer public finances back onto a sustainable path, while minimising the negative effect on citizens' quality of life.


A new European contract for the Balkans and Turkey: the role of Greece
22 November 2010

Dimitris Droutsas, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, took a slightly cynical approach to the “ritual of assessing candidate countries” at a breakfast briefing, as he felt the public had lost interest and enlargement its political impetus.


Cross-border terrorism: time for global action?
22 November 2010

The ways in which countries and multinational organisations cooperate in order to stop international and cross-border terrorism raises extremely complicated issues, agreed speakers at an EUforAsia Brussels Briefing.


Is the EU losing Ukraine or is it business as usual? - Roundtable
19 November 2010

This Roundtable, in collaboration with the Open Society Institute and the International Renaissance Foundation in Kyiv, provided insights into the progress made by the Yanukovych government in some areas and the perceived deterioration in others.


The future for European cohesion policy
18 November 2010

Cohesion Policy is the second largest line of community funding, and helps drive growth, jobs and EU solidarity, said Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, at a Breakfast Briefing.


The rocky road to ‘normality’: public opinion in the Balkans
17 November 2010

The latest Balkan Monitor Survey results show that many people in the region are still struggling to live on their incomes. There are, however, positive signs and each country has to be examined separately, as outlined at a Policy Dialogue held in cooperation with the European Fund for the Balkans.


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