The EU’s security and international credibility depend very heavily on the way it contributes to and succeeds in stabilising its neighbouring countries and to create scope for opportunities. In addition to its work on widening the EU, the Jacques Delors Institute is pursuing its research into a neighbourhood policy that varies from country to country, analysing the means to achieve harmonious interdependence and active cooperation with our closest and more distant neighbours.
Our director, Yves Bertoncini, is the guest of Jean-Michel Apathie on Europe1, from 12:41pm to 12:46pm, to talk about the EU-Turkey draft agreement on the refugee crisis and the Franco-German tandem, on March 17, 2016.
In this Policy paper, Philipp Offenberg analyses the ways to ensure security of supply of natural gas in the EU and proposes a coherent regulatory framework between the EU and Russia for all Russian export pipelines to the EU.
Yves Bertoncini, our director, is the guest of Sonia Mabrouk, on Public Sénat, to analyse the conclusions of the EU-Turkey summit of November 29, 2015. He debates with Emre Demir and Marc Semo, on November 30th, live from 10:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.