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Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action,

This series of 5 policy papers is a contribution to the project Think Global – Act European (TGAE) Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action directed by Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute.

Following the publication over the weeks of three series of policy papers on hard security capacities, the EU’s neighbourhood and EU migration policy, a last series of policy papers will deal with European economic policy, before the publication of the final report in March 2013 (dir. by Elvire Fabry, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute) presenting the key recommendations of the 16 European think tank sinvolved in the project:

Carnegie Europe, CCEIA, CER, CEPS, demosEUROPA, ECFR, EGMONT, EPC, Real Instituto Elcano, Eliamep, Europeum, FRIDE, IAI, Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute, SIEPS, SWP.
Meeting Europe’s resource challenge within and beyond EU borders
Meeting Europe’s resource challenge within and beyond EU borders
Annika Ahtonen, Policy Analyst and Andrea Frontini, Programme Assistant, European Policy Centre (EPC) ― The European Union (EU) faces a serious resource challenge. It is dependent on external sources of energy and other raw materials, and this makes it vulnerable to resource availability and price ...
2013/04/03 Read more
The role of gas in the external dimension of the EU energy transition
The role of gas in the external dimension of the EU energy transition
Sami Andoura,Senior Research Fellow, Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute and Clémentine d'Oultremont, Researcher, Egmont ― As an economically attractive option for investors, a potential backup source for renewables and the cleanest fossil fuel, natural gas is expected to play an important ...
2013/04/03 Read more
Promoting low-carbon energies in the Mediterranean Partner Countries
Promoting low-carbon energies in the Mediterranean Partner Countries
Gonzalo Escribano, Director of the Energy Program, Real Instituto Elcano ― Renewable energies remain marginal in the European neighbourhood, and their contribution to economic and human development is still largely unexplored. Directive 2009/28 on renewable energies explicitly contemplates green ...
2013/04/03 Read more
An external strategy for European agriculture
An external strategy for European agriculture
This paper explores how the EU currently deals with two different major global challenges: insuring food security and the promotion of environmental commitments. This overview suggests that greater coherence between EU policies and actors would help Europeans develop a unified strategic approach to ...
2013/28/02 Read more
Saving emissions trading from irrelevance
Saving emissions trading from irrelevance
Stephen Tindale, Associate Fellow, Centre for European Reform ― Uncontrolled climate change is the greatest risk that humanity faces. The main burden will fall on developing countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. But Europe and its residents will also be damaged in many ways, including ...
2013/04/03 Read more
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