Europe in the World

Afghan women: an uphill struggle for legal rights
1 February 2011

This is a good time for women in Afghanistan, although there are still serious security problems that make life very difficult, according to speakers at an EUforAsia Brussels Briefing.

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.

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.

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.

Turkey, Armenia & Azerbaijan - Looking to the future - Roundtable
2 December 2010

This Roundtable focused on both the stalled Turkey-Armenia rapprochement and the ongoing peace talks between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Azerjaijani province of Nagorno-Karabakah and the impact on the region as a whole.

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.

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”.

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.

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