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REPORT | What next for EU-China relations?
Cooperation between the EU and China is a strategic necessity for both sides, and for global peace and prosperity.
Europeans are suffering from a particularly bad case of the blues – and dysfunctional European leaders may be making things worse.
On 14 June, Friends of Europe held the third of three high-level roundtables on disruptive models of healthcare for Europe.
In today’s interdependent world, developments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and in Sub-Saharan Africa have a direct impact on Europe
A Friends of Europe Policymakers’ Lunch discussed recent developments in bilateral relations
We are all responsible for Brexit… those who wanted to keep the UK in the EU, but chose the wrong tactics, are also culpable
We all know that for national politicians, success is home-grown and failure is born in Brussels.
Two friends have recently re-assured me that Britain will, in due course, end up remaining a full member of the European Union. Wishful thinking or prophecy?
The report from our 6th EU-China Forum, held in Hǎikǒu, China
Europe has certainly been in the global headlines over the summer. But the reports have been less than flattering.
The challenge of absorbing so many newcomers requires a substantial policy re-think throughout the EU.
It has become all too common for European policymakers and academics alike to obsess over the creation of norms in cyberspace.