Europe in the World

Belarus and the EU: business as usual? - Roundtable
28 October 2010

This Roundtable discussion assessed the EU's approach thus far and resulted in many proposals on the way forward for the EU's relationship with its 'isolated neighbour to the East'.

China-EU relations: what prospects for the next 35 years?
27 October 2010

There was widespread agreement that relations between the EU and China are at a difficult juncture, at a policy dialogue organised in conjunction with the Europe-Asia Policy Forum.

Ukraine: a new president, a new foreign policy?
26 October 2010

At a Policy Briefing hosted by the EPC, the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the EU-Ukraine Business Council, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kostyantyn Gryshchenko said Ukraine is becoming a stable political country, introducing constitutional reforms and a pragmatic foreign policy to herald its moves towards European integration.

Moldova: in search of a breakthrough - Roundtable
7 October 2010

At this Roundtable, both speakers and participants were hopeful that Moldova can look forward to a more stable political climate in the near future following elections.

Intercultural trends and values in the Euro-Mediterranean region: the launch of the Anna Lindh Report 2010
15 September 2010

The 2010 Anna Lindh Report which surveyed the views of citizens in the Euro-Mediterranean region found that, when one delved beneath the stereotypes, they held many views in common, and wanted to live in peaceful coexistence, said speakers at a Policy Dialogue organised in conjunction with the Anna Lindh Foundation and the King Baudouin Foundation.

Thailand after the crisis: domestic and international challenges
23 June 2010

Throughout the last century, Thailand struggled and succeeded in becoming a fully-fledged liberal democracy, but recent events have unsettled the country, said Ambassador Kasit Piromya, Thai Foreign Minister at a Policy Briefing organised in cooperation with Leiden University's International Institute for Asian Studies.

The new population bomb
22 June 2010

Professor Jack Goldstone explained the causes of the current challenges that the world is facing due to population migration and outlined possible solutions for tackling these at a Sixty-Minute Briefing organised in cooperation with the United States Mission to the EU.

Ensuring sustainable development: a common challenge for Asia and Europe
16 June 2010

As both Asia and the EU are both net energy important and need to diversity their energy sources, the two regions should cooperate to develop a low carbon economy, develop renewables and be more energy efficient, said speakers at a Policy Dialogue, held in cooperation with Leiden University’s International Institute for Asia Studies.

The Rome Treaty Review Conference: prospects for transitional justice with and beyond the International Criminal Court
15 June 2010

David Tolbert, President of International Center for Transitional Justice, explained the progress that has been made in transitional justice, while also touching on areas that need improvement, at a Policy Briefing.

The Global Peace Index: what a difference peace makes
10 June 2010

Speakers at a Policy Dialogue, held in cooperation with the Institute for Economics and Peace, explained that the world has become less peaceful since 2009, but expressed hope, while sharing ideas for how to create a more peaceful future.

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