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.
Pascal Lamy, our honorary president, intervenes in the "Journées de Moscou" organised by The Observer in partnership with the Jacques Delors Institute, to analyse the economic relations between Europe and Russia, on September 29, 2015.
Eneko Landaburu, special adviser to the President and member of the board of directors at the Jacques Delors Institute, participates to a "Citizen's controversy" organised by the Madriaga-College of Europe foundation about the European neighborhood ...
On 5 May 2015, the Jacques Delors Institute in partnership with the Istituto Affari Internazionali, the Stiftung Mercator, and the Istanbul Policy Center organised a seminar on options for a plurilateralisation of TTIP.
02/06/2015 Synthesis - Elvire Fabry and Emmett Strickland