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Trade & Society 27-05-2015

A new International Energy Charter fit for the 21st century

The European Energy Charter was first signed in 1991, mainly to connect the resource rich fuel producing regions in Eastern Europe with much-needed Western European investment. But the world has changed a great deal since then, writes Howard Chase.
Energy 17-10-2008

The future of EU-Russia energy relations

"EU-Russia energy relations should be straightforward, mutually beneficial and fast-growing, but they are not," writes Katinka Barysch, deputy director of the Centre for European Reform (CER), in a report featuring contributions from various authors.
Med & South 26-10-2007

Europe’s external energy policy: The Russian dimension

Meeting the external challenge posed by Russia requires a major re-orientation of EU energy policy and a robust approach to security of supply, writes Dieter Helm in a 3 September paper.
Energy 09-05-2007

The Challenges of Energy and Democratic Leadership

Exceptional political leadership, serious public debate and concerted action are required from the highest consuming countries in order to bring energy supply and consumption into a sustainable balance, states the final report of the Club de Madrid’s 5th General Assembly on the 'Challenges of Energy and Democratic Leadership', which took place in Madrid on 20-21 October 2006.

Energy policy during the German EU Presidency

In this article for think-tank Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP), German Economics and TechnologyMinister Michael Glos highlights the key elements of the German EU Presidency's energy policy.
Med & South 26-07-2006

Analysis: EU-Russia – new sources of ‘soft power’

In the summer edition of Europe's World, Charles William Maynes (President of the Eurasia Foundation) takes a critical stance at the EU's soft power approach in its relation to Russia, and suggests ways of invigorating it. 
Security 19-06-2006

A Synergy for Black Sea Regional Cooperation

Fabrizio Tassinari (CEPS) looks into the manifold challenges arising from the Black Sea area, taking into account recent developments that should raise the EU interest in the region. He also advocates the idea of an EU initiative to make most of the existing attempts of regional cooperation in this area.
Trade & Society 30-05-2006

Analysis: A new agreement between the EU and Russia?

With energy currently on top of EU-Russia relations, researchers at CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) discuss the different options available for the replacement of the 10-year old EU-Russia Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA).
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