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Seminar GlobalEurope II-1 / ‘Paths to a Future EU Policy Toward North America’

In cooperation with Europe 2020, the European Institute hosted a seminar entitled, “Paths to a Future Common EU Policy Toward North America.” The discussion consisted of two morning sessions, in which Global Europe 2020 presented their findings on transatlantic divergence before an international audience. {{Frank Biancheri}}, Director, Europe 2020, indicated ...

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South America – Leading integration

{{Good economic results are providing South American countries with the momentum for planning national and sub-regional political and economic strategies, but their different stages of development are creating difficulties only a strong leadership can overcome.}} Strong economic growth based on exports and buoyant demand, particularly from China, are causing South ...

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What common foreign policy for the EU in 2020 ? EU neighborhood, UN reform, Human resources, Democratic legitimacy

{Organized by Europe 2020 in cooperation with the [Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs->http://formin.finland.fi/public/default.aspx?nodeid=23&contentlan=2], in the remarkable [Finlandia Hall->http://www.virtualhelsinki.net/helsinkipanoraama/historia/eng/finlandiatalo.html], this seventh Seminar of Anticipation, opened by [Mr Erkki Tuomioja->http://www.tuomioja.org/], Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland, concluded the first series of GlobalEurope 2020 seminars, the so-called “European” series[[A second series of seminars, ...

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Shaping the EU’s Future Role in the World

“It is a great honour for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland to act as the host of the seventh Global Europe 2020 session, now held in Helsinki. This seminar concludes the first series of seminars on the EU’s future external relations. In the previous sessions, diplomats, experts from ...

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What common EU policy towards Asia?

{The sixth GlobalEurope 2020 anticipation seminar, organized by Europe 2020 in cooperation with the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was located in the magnificent “[Locarno Room->http://www.fco.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1007029395762]” (where the actual [Locarno Treaty->http://www.nobel-paix.ch/paix_p1/pac-loc.htm] was signed) of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The seminar’s theme was the future of European policy and politics ...

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European Regional Policy in the Netherlands.

The Netherlands appears seldom in publications dealing with regional policy, genuine or European. Countries like Spain, Italy, Ireland, Germany mostly incite the researchers interests. Despite the small dimensions of the country and of the structural funds implemented here, the manner in which regional policy is understood and managed could represent ...

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Seminar GlobalEurope 6 / EU-Asia

{ {{Organised in partnership with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office}} } [Seminar’s executive summary->http://www.europe2020.org/spip/spip.php?article202&lang=en] {{ {{{Concept}}} }} Geographical and cultural distance are two fundamental parameters which have always characterised the relations between Europe and Asia. Indeed the road is long leading from one to the other, though both are birth ...

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Book Review : Lessons for the Future by David Hicks

Our vision of tomorrow’s world deeply affects the world of tomorrow. Is destiny manifest or do we manifest destiny? This is a question that author [David Hicks->http://www.bathspa.ac.uk/about/profiles/profile.asp?user=academic%5Chicd1] and his colleagues in future studies are developing an answer to. In his book, [Lessons for the Future->http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0415276721/102-0968510-4033765?v=glance]: The missing dimension in education, ...

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