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Jun 21, 2013

EU’s Climate Policy after Copenhagen

posted by eucentresg

25 February 2010 More than two months have passed since the UNFCCC Copenhagen Conference, but the EU seems to be still struggling to find the way forward after the “great  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

EU’s fragile recovery and the euro zone crisis

posted by eucentresg

11 March 2010 On 25 February 2010, the European Commission published its Interim Forecast for 2010, giving an updated overview of the EU’s economic health. The previous fully-fledged forecast was  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Interview with Mr Alain Ruche, Deputy Head of Unit, Asia Directorate, External Relations DG, European Commission

posted by eucentresg

Mr Alain Ruche is the Deputy Head of Unit (Asia, Horizontal Matters) of the Directorate-General for External relations in the European Commission. Mr Ruche recently opened the EU Centre’s series  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Help on Horizon for Greece as Europe’s Leaders Approve Massive Aid Package

posted by eucentresg

3 May 2010 Greece has reached an agreement with the European Union and International Monetary Fund to secure a massive rescue loan package of €110bn over three years to deliver  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

The Eurozone Crisis: the fire is out, what next?

posted by eucentresg

13 May 2010 The previous weekend which marked the 60th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration on 9 May, was one of the busiest in the EU’s history. After 11 hours  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

The European External Action Service: Getting it right?

posted by eucentresg

19 May 2010 While attention is focused on the Greek deficit crisis, the European Union (EU) is quietly working on some of its institutional reforms contained in the Lisbon Treaty.   Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

Where does the EU-ASEAN relationship stand, as the Foreign Ministers meet in Madrid?

posted by eucentresg

2 June 2010 “Partners in Regional Integration” – this is how the EU and ASEAN see themselves, according to the title given to the EU-ASEAN Ministerial Meeting that took place  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

An era of austerity looming over the EU

posted by eucentresg

10 June 2010 One after another, the heavily indebted eurozone countries – Greece, Portugal, Spain – have announced stringent austerity measures in order to regain credibility and raise market confidence.  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

The EU on track with its climate change pledges, as the UNFCCC talks end in Bonn

posted by eucentresg

17 June 2010 After two weeks of negotiations between delegates from 185 countries at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) climate talks in Bonn (1 – 11  Full Article »

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Jun 21, 2013

The EU to push for a global bank levy, to consider financial transaction tax

posted by eucentresg

23 June 2010 At the 17 June EU summit, EU leaders were determined to bring forward a message of unity after months of “crisis meetings” over the eurozone debt problems.  Full Article »