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This year’s Halki International Seminars focused on the role of the transatlantic institutions in helping local stakeholders address security challenges in the Middle East, the Black Sea and Southeastern Europe. In the interview that follows, St. Everts discusses his views on EU energy policy.

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The second meeting of the EU-funded Research Project on European Identities and European Modernities (IME) took place in Athens on 19-20 November, hosted by ELIAMEP.
IME investigates the diversity and commonalities among European identities in the nine cases. It examines the various ways in which diverse self-definitions have been formulated and maintained in different societal, cultural […]

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This year’s Progress Report on Turkey, released on the 14th of October, surely came at a critical juncture for Turkey. Over the last year, accession negotiations have been proceeding at a snail’s pace and run the risk of coming to a complete standstill unless there is some substantive progress on Cyprus. In addition, at the […]

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The European Commission released the Turkey 2009 Progress Report on October, 14, 2009. The aim of these progress reports, which have been prepared and released every year since 1998, is to assess the progress of candidate states in their way towards full membership to the EU. In equivalence, the progress report on Turkey assesses the […]

Posted by Cihangir Damla

The last twelve months have been difficult for the European Union’s policy towards the Western Balkans. Slovenia held up Croatia’s membership talks for ten months, Greece continued preventing the opening of negotiations with FYROM, and several countries attempted to block Kosovo on its European path. Across the region, the receding prospect of accession has weakened […]

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In the framework of its European Seminars, the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) organized an international high-level conference entitled: “The Delphic Oracle on Europe: Politics and Policies“. In the course of the conference a group of around 40 leading academics, practitioners, think tankers and journalists analysed and evaluated the outcome of the […]

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In the framework of its European Seminars, the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) organized an international high-level conference entitled: “The Delphic Oracle on Europe: Politics and Policies“. In the course of the conference a group of around 40 leading academics, practitioners, think tankers and journalists analysed and evaluated the outcome of the […]

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