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Elvire Fabry

Elvire Fabry

Senior Research Fellow. EU External Action. Trade
Natalia Martin

Natalia Martin

Research Assistant trainee - External Relations of the EU
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Think Global - Act European IV - Thinking Strategically about the EU's External Action
Engaging with middle and global players
European influence: the need for a paradigm shift
Trade Policy in the EU’s Neighbourhood. Ways forward for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements
Regionalism & Global Governance:The Emerging Agenda
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European External Actions

We know that developing a European foreign policy requires a long period of political and intellectual coming-of-age. Since the Maastricht Treaty Jacques Delors has been calling for the development of “common actions” in key areas of the EU’s external action. The Institute is therefore focusing on the challenges of trade, relations with our neighbours, migration and security, while working to promote a comprehensive strategy to engage Europe in globalisation through enhanced coordination of the entire range of external action instruments.

Aspen Institute, 14 November 1999 - Reunifying Europe: our historical mission

Intervention by Jacques Delors at the Conference Wallenberg, Aspen Institute, on the 14 November 1999.

31/10/1999 Conference - Jacques Delors

Reuniting Europe: Europe's quest for identity/ies

Seminar organised by the Groupement d'études et de recherches "Notre Europe" and the Greek centre for European studies EKEM Athens, 13-14 November 1998. With the start of enlargement negotiations between the European Union and the countries of ...

13/11/1998 Synthesis - Notre Europe and Jacques Delors
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