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Defining the new geographical map of the European institutions

Executive summary Seminar Eurorings 2 (The Hague, November 22, 2002) 22/11/2002 A new geography for the European institutions by 2020 The Court of Justice in The Hague, the Central Bank in Frankfurt, the Commission in Paris! The Parliament and the Council in Brussels or in London? The second Eurorings seminar ...

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ERASMUS… and then what?

by Franck Biancheri 12/11/2002   Recently, the European Commission has been celebrating its 1 million ERASMUS students. Romano Prodi has personally reverberated the event in an article underlining the programme’s success and launching some orientations for the future. Being among those who made it possible for the ERASMUS programme to ...

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Are leadership and democracy compatible at the trans-national level?

by Marie-Hélène Caillol 24/10/2002 We are struck by the number of actors involved in international relations and by the general spirit that drives them, strongly inspired by the “secret service” culture: entrepreneurs, oil tycoons, arms dealers, drug dealers, diplomats, politicians, journalists, diverse and varied interest groups… it is to whom ...

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Nouvelle traduction: Enabling the Muslim World

by Ralf Teschner 16/10/2002 Let’s assume for a minute that in 20 years from now the Middle East conflict will be resolved and Saddam Hussein will be gone. Israel and Palestine will have found a mutually acceptable agreement of peaceful coexistence and the Iraqi president will have been toppled by ...

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How to avoid having the Copenhagen Summit go down in history as a missed opportunity: the successful enlargement of the European Union !

by Franck Biancheri 10/10/2002   I. Some methodological and operational advises to succeed in Copenhagen The following recommendations, in the line of the ’three scenarios for Enlargement’ published by Europe 2020 in November 2001 and of the “Europe 2020 vision” project, launched in June 2002, are based on the intention ...

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One month after the Johannesburg Summit

by V. P. 04/10/2002 In 1992, the “Earth Summit” in Rio, the first of its kind, defined concepts, established some principles and launched three Conventions: climate change, biodiversity and desertification. At the time, the end of history and the planet’s end, the United Nations had achieved a great success without ...

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Newropeans Democracy Marathon

  October 2002 – July 2003 03/10/2002   Bringing democracy to new frontiers in size and diversity A series of 100 debate-conferences on the future of Europe Organised by Newropeans and Europe 2020 Thanks to the support of Hippocrène Foundation, ACCOR Group and Bernard Rossmann Held in 100 towns from ...

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Globalization and transatlantic relations – related destinies

by Marie-Laure Djelic 19/06/2002 From the “best of all worlds”…. A few years ago, the world was simple, probably too simple. Western capitalism was triumphant and exploring new frontiers. Following the collapse of communism, there were territories to conquer. There was also a technological revolution underway that stimulated growth. Firms ...

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