Europe in the World

Water as a human right - Task Force Workshop
25 March 2014

Water is a biological necessity for life and access to a clean and safe supply for drinking, cooking, hygiene and sanitary purposes, is a human right under international law.


Azerbaijan-NATO cooperation: prospects and challenges for the future - Roundtable
3 March 2014

The roundtable analysed the current state and future prospects of NATO-Azerbaijan relations. According to the panellists, NATO-Azerbaijan cooperation proved fruitful and positive over the past ten years and Azerbaijan’s manifested desire to upgrade its cooperation with NATO might be met at the NATO Newport Summit that will take place in early September 2014.


Azerbaijan-NATO cooperation: prospects and challenges for the future - Roundtable
3 March 2014

Azerbaijan is continuing to develop cooperation with NATO in such areas as democratisation, security and defence sector reform, anti-terrorism, as well as science and environment.


Enhancing EU-US cooperation on Democracy Support
20 February 2014

The European Union and the United States have longstanding policies in supporting democracy abroad but a limited track record of collaboration.

Enhancing EU-US cooperation on Democracy Support


Ukraine in 2014 - What lies ahead?
12 February 2014

With an uncomfortable anticipation building around Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych potential for escalating the already severe situation in Ukraine, this Policy Dialogue took stock of the events leading up to the protests, the conditions for those living in the Ukraine and the responses the European Union could take.

Ukraine in 2014 - What lies ahead?


What prospects for European defence after the December EU Summit?
4 February 2014

Despite some remarkable progress since the onset of the CSDP in the late 1990s, defence is still perceived across Europe as a core component of national sovereignty and largely outside of the EU’s competence.

What prospects for European defence after the December EU Summit?


EU-Russia relations in 2014 - What lies ahead?
13 January 2014

The Russian Federation and the European Union are major partners in a number of key spheres, including the economy, energy, and internal and external aspects of security.

EU-Russia relations in 2014


Bringing peace to the EU's Eastern neighbourhood - Challenges, prospects and opportunities for the OSCE and the EU
17 December 2013

The EPC in cooperation with Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) and the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the EU organised a conference with the participation of numerous diplomats, experts and EU actors in order to take stock of the conflicts in the EU’s Eastern neighbourhood.

Bringing peace to the EU's Eastern neighbourhood


EU integration – Moldova’s irreversible choice
11 December 2013

As one of the two partner countries of the EU to initial an Association Agreement (including a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA)) at the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius, the Republic of Moldova is at a key stage in its European integration process.

EU integration – Moldova’s irreversible choice


The world after Warsaw: What prospects for achieving a global climate agreement by 2015?
5 December 2013

The 19th United Nations Conference on Climate Change, held in Warsaw on 11-22 November, saw serious debate over the roadmap to Paris, funding and responsibility sharing.

The world after Warsaw


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