Lunch Debates 2001

19 November 2001, 12:30, in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, Member of the European Parliament. Shortly after his re-election as Faction Chair of the largest faction in the European Parliament, the European People's Party, Prof. Dr. Pöttering explains in an IEP Lunch Debate, just before the European Council in Laeken, his expectations as they relate to the post-Nice process and especially the "Convention". [This event was organised as a part of the "Dialog Europa" of the Otto Wolff Foundation.][more]

15 October 2001, 12:30, in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with Dr. Friedbert Pflüger, MdB, Chair of the Committee for the Affairs of the European Union in the German Bundestag. In his contribution to the IEP Lunch Debates, Dr. Friedbert Pflüger addressed the roll of the Bundestag's European Affairs Committee in relation to the current EU reform debate. He especially placed emphasis on the active inclusion of parliamentary structures into the post-Nice process. [This event was organised as a part of the "Dialog Europa" of the Otto Wolff Foundation.][more]

5 September 2001, 12:30 in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with Dr. Walther Stützle, State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Defense. In his contribution to the IEP Lunch Debates, State Secretary Stützle provided an overview of German federal policy within the new security policy coordination system, which is experiencing renewed impetus through the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP). In doing so, he made clear that the relationship between the EU and NATO is not yet completely resolved. Concurrently, support for Russian reform policies should form one of the most important security projects of the EU. [This event...[more]

31  August 2001, 12:30 in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with His Excellency Mr. Dominicus Struye de Swielande, Belgian Ambassador. His Excellency Mr. Dominicus Struye de Swielande provided at the start of the Belgian EU Council Presidency his evaluation of the the agenda in general and the priorities of Belgian policy in particular. [This event was organised as a part of the "Dialog Europa" of the Otto Wolff Foundation.][more]

21 June 2001, 12:30 in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, MdB, Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development. The minister presented the German initiatives within the EU development policy, the Agreement of Cotonou and the restructuring of EU policy in the area of development cooperation. At the center of this Lunch Debate stood the concept of an integrated effort for crisis prevention, which includes not only questions of poverty, arms exports and trade policy, but also the coordination of development policies at the European and member state level. [This event was organised as a part of...[more]

18 June 2001, 12:30 in the Jean Monnet Building, Lunch Debate with Reinhard Silberberg, VLR I, Head of Group 22 in the Federal Chancellry. The EU summit of Göteborg formed the conclusion of the Swedish EU Council Presidency. As part of the Lunch Debates series of the Institute for European Politics, Reinhard Silberberg, VLR I, Head of Group 22 in the Federal Chancellery, provided a current outlook for the European integration process after Göteborg. [This event was organised as part of the "Dialog Europa" of the Otto Wolff Foundation.][more]

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