News from the IEP
In the new issue, Mathias Jopp and Daniel Göler provide a first assessment of the results of the European elections and Katrin Böttger draws first conclusions from the performance of the EU in the Ukraine crisis and makes suggestions for reforming the European Neighbourhood Policy. Two other articles are devoted to the Presidencies of the Council of the EU: Gianni Bonvicini and Ferdinando Nelli Feroci analyse the list of priorities Italy has set on the most important issues of its Presidency; Ramūnas Vilpišauskas and Bruno Vandecasteele assess the first Lithuanian EU Presidency as a successful and effective one. Thomas Winzen und Frank...
On 7th and 8th July 2014 the sixth German-Nordic-Baltic-Forum took place in the facilities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia in Riga. The conference was entitled “Upgrading the German-Nordic-Baltic Partnership in the EU: Common Values, Mutual Interests and New Challenges” and brought together over 60 experts from science and politics coming from the three Baltic States, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Germany.
Martin Kotthaus, Head of the European Directorate-General at the Federal Foreign Office, spoke on 3 June 2014 at the Representation of the European Commission in Berlin on the topic "Current Themes in European Policy." Prof. Dr. Mathias Jopp, director of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP), moderated the event.
The IEP lunch debate on the topic of the „German and European Foreign Policy in times of crisis “ with Hans-Dieter Lucas, Political Director at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs took place on 27 May 2014 at the Representation of the European Commission in Berlin. Prof. Dr. Mathias Jopp, director of the Institut für Europäische Politik, moderated the event.
The Paper explores the potential impact of the European Neighbourhood Policy in the Southern Mediterranean.
The Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) and the Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE) are organising a high-level international conference on the “Prospects of EU-Central Asia Relations” in Almaty on the 28 and 29 of August 2014.
The IEP lunch debate on the topic of „The importance of the elections for the future of the EU“ with Jo Leinen, MEP and President of the European Movement International (EMI) took place at the Representation of the Saarland in Berlin on 13 May 2014. Prof. Dr. Mathias Jopp, director of the Institut für Europäische Politik, moderated the event.
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With the support of the European Commission: Support for bodies active at European level in the field of active European citizenship.