EPC in the debate

Members of the EPC team regularly speak at conferences and seminars and moderate high-level publications in Brussels, EU Member States and beyond, and contribute to outside publications.

US elections and foreign policy
6 December 2016

Giovanni Grevi spoke at a seminar organised by the European Ideas Network (EIN) on `The outlook for the US presidential elections and beyond’.


From conflict to equilibrium: The construction of a common ground for social and political consensus on migration
5 December 2016

Over the last decade and more particularly the last couple of months, the EU has faced the development of increasing conflicts on migration related issues. The situation has raised such a level of struggles that bringing back equilibrium in such a conflicting environment will be a hard task for all players and at all stages. However, if EU leaders are unable to take the appropriate political decisions and actions, the EU integration process will simply be at risk. Read EPC Director of Migration and Mobility Policies Yves Pascouau's paper, "From Conflict to Equilibrium: The Construction of a Common Ground for Social and Political Consensus on Migration". 


EPC celebrates its 20th anniversary - KBF international newsletter fall 2016
2 December 2016

In light of the EPC’s 20th anniversary the King Baudouin Foundation, our strategic partner of 14 years, published an interview with EPC President Herman Van Rompuy, and one with Director of Studies Janis A. Emmanouilidis in the latest edition of their international newsletter (you can find both interviews here).  

Luc Tayart de Borms, Managing Director at KBF, writes: “We have been in a strategic partnership with the EPC for 14 years because of we believe it is important to have an influential think tank in our ecosystem.” 


Terror in the digital age - the role of social media and youth
30 November 2016

On 30 November Iva Tasheva presented a paper on "Terror in the digital age - the role of social media and youth" at an event on "Youth and security", organised on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the New Bulgarian University in Sofia.


Turkish-Greek Relations and Turkey’s regional ambitions
29 November 2016

Amanda Paul spoke at a conference organised by the Martens Centre on 29 November on Turkish-Greek Relations and Turkey’s regional ambitions.


Sixth annual European Asylum Support Office (EASO) Consultative Forum
29 November 2016

Marco Funk attended the sixth annual European Asylum Support Office (EASO) Consultative Forum in Athens, Greece, on 28 and 29 November 2016. The event brought together a wide range of stakeholders dealing with refugee issues across Europe to discuss challenges and provide recommendations for EASO’s work.


EU Enlargement towards the Western Balkan: Hope, ambitions and challenges ahead
28 November 2016

Corina Stratulat spoke on “Exploring hope, ambitions and challenges ahead for the past and future Enlargement process” at the “EU Enlargement towards the Western Balkan: Hope, ambitions and challenges ahead” event organised by the Directorate General for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations and Les Jeunes Européens. The panel also included Jean-Baptiste Kastel, Specialist and Head of Department for the Western Balkans and EU Enlargement, Nouvelle-Europe and Natasa Filipovic, Master student, International Security Policy Stream Intelligence and European Studies. The event took place 28 November in Paris, France.


The EU’s relations with the South Caucasus 25 years since independence
25 November 2016

Amanda Paul's paper on “The EU’s relations with the South Caucasus 25 years since independence” was published by the Heinrich Boel Foundation. 


Emerging powers and the EU: Striving for UN Security Council reform
24 November 2016

Juliane Schmidt presented a paper on 'Emerging Powers and the EU: Striving for UNSC Reform' at a symposium on 'The UN in the 21st Century', organised by the Centre d'Étude des Crises et des Conflits Internationaux (CECRI) of the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) in Louvain-La-Neuve.


The future of EU-Turkey relations
24 November 2016

On 24 November Amanda Paul took part in and expert meeting on the future of EU-Turkey relations organised by the IKV.


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