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Fishing, Senegal, the European Union and shame for all of us

by Harald Greib 25/03/2002 Who will dare from now on to say that the European Union is absent from the major issues of the future and international politics? This remark is inspired by a small piece of information, at first glance innocuous, heard by chance on the radio – nowhere ...

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Enlargement in a post-Euro EU: Estimating the new political factors

  ecutive summary Seminar EU-Governance 2020/3 (Paris, February 4, 2002) 04/02/2002     INTRODUCTION The anticipation seminar ” Enlargement in a post-Euro EU: Estimating the new political factors ” organized by the Association Europe 2020, was held on February 4th, 2020, at the Kleber Centre of International Conferences (Paris), thanks ...

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Three scenarios of enlargement by Europe 2020

by Europe 2020 15/01/2002   Scénario A (currently, the official scenario) : The bureaucratic Temptation – Integration in 2004 Agenda: Basing the process of enlargement on the same model as the Euro, this very bureaucratic approach relies on the past experiences of European integration, of legal and administrative up-grading, with ...

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Switching from EU to Euroland Daring the future,

by Franck Biancheri 19/10/2001   The unability of the European system to find sustainable ways towards the future, as well as the scattered aspect of the political contributions of the European leaders, show it : the EU has reached a limit. Illegitimate child of the European Community and of the ...

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Immigration, Civilisations, European Integration …, only one question matters: Do we want or not that the immigrants’ children become true Europeans?

par Franck Biancheri 12/10/2001 Since WWII, almost all EU countries, one after the other, have discovered the issue of immigration, while for decades or centuries they were only emigration countries. France is the only European country facing immigration for almost two centuries UK, Germany, Holland, Scandinavia, Italy, Spain, … all ...

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Don’t go West!

by Kilian Strauss 08/07/2001   Thoughts on the planned Transition Period on Labour Movement for EU Enlargement Candidates Enlargement in all its nuances has been dominating this year’s political agenda in Europe like no other topic, be it in the context of extending the European Union or NATO further east. ...

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Congress Newropeans 2000: New Europe – New Challenges – New Generations

  Paris, October 5-6-7, 2000 03/10/2000   A Congress by Europe 2020 – Newropeans – Prometheus-Europe organised thanks to the support of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of the European Commission’s Dialogue on Europe In partnership with AEGEE-Paris, Financial Time, Rossman SA, Robert Schuman Foundation, Election.com, Internet Society, ...

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The EU from 2000 to 2020: Handling the transition

Executive summary Seminar ’How to run the EU in 2020?’ (Brussels, June 10, 2000) 10/07/2000   EUROPE 2020: GENERAL OBSERVATION “Without effective administration, i.e. suited to its environment and the demands of its time, the power of politicians is empty and democracy becomes a parody”. Two years ago Prometheus-Europe made ...

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What global geopolitical environment for the EU in 2020?

Executive summary Seminar ’How to run the EU in 2020?’ (London, June 8-9 2000) 08/06/2000 The issue: the European Union is becoming a world power. It is already a regional power in practically all fields and it is progressively becoming a global power in many sectors. What is the EU ...

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How to organise the European administrative system into a network?

Executive summary Seminar ’How to run the EU in 2020?’ (Bonn, October 7-8, 1999) 08/10/1999   In Bonn, last October 7-8, the second seminar of the Anticipation Process : Managing the EU in 2020 Anticipation, was organised by Prometheus-Europe within Project Europe 2020. This seminar on : “How to organise ...

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Seminar ’How to run the EU in 2020 ?’ / Launch

Paris (Centre Kléber), April 22-23, 1999 23/04/1999   Organised in partnership with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs With the support of the European Commission Executive summary Along the two days of seminar a great convergence in the analyses was to be observed among the various participants whatever institution they ...

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