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Seminar GlobalEurope 2 / EU-North America

{ {{ {{{Organised in partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs}}} }} } [Seminar’s executive summary->http://www.europe2020.org/spip/spip.php?article214&lang=en] {{ {{{Concept}}} }} Relations between EU and North America are the central strategic axis of international relations in the coming decades. Those two continents represent both the greatest democratic groups in the world ...

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Moving to e-democracy, will UK be the first in EU?

E-democracy, fuelled by new technologies, is more than a tool of efficiency, customer service or good public relations – it could help create a refreshed public space and a more accountable democracy. E-democracy may be the 21st century’s most seductive idea. Imagine technology and democracy uniting to overcome distance and ...

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Sustaining the Transatlantic Bridge

The transatlantic relationship has experienced a period of turbulence that has generated questions about its durability and relevance. The New Transatlantic Agenda (1995) sought to maintain a healthy partnership when it launched a series of citizen-level dialogues to build bridges across the Atlantic. These dialogues, in areas like labor and ...

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Space: the Final White Elephant?

{{{ {{Do we need a space policy?}} }}} The headlines are dramatic: – The US is spending €35 billion on military and civil space research, which represents six times more than Europe in all its configurations and geography according to the European Commission (DN: IP/03/82, Date: 21/01/2003) – “Now the ...

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World trade after Cancun

The failure of the Cancun summit has been thoroughly analysed by many parties. Inevitably this analysis results in finger pointing at the various countries that are presumed guilty for the failure. Although every player has a different culprit to aim at (« the other guys »), all analyses seem to ...

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What common policy of the EU towards the Arab World in 2020?

The EU’s future common policy towards the Arab World will have to follow a very innovative direction compared to the existing bilateral relations built up by Member-States in the past decades or centuries. Combining objective factors (suchas demography, energy, water resources, security) with XXIst century political constraints (globalisation, democratisation), the ...

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