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About: Thessaloniki European Council

Security 06-07-2004

EU ‘big five’ hold terrorism talks

France, Germany, Italy and Spain have been invited by UK Home Secretary David Blunkett to hold informal talks on terrorism-related issues including border controls and intelligence sharing.
Security 23-06-2004

EU leaders vow to boost operational co-operation on terrorism

At the European Council, EU leaders set the direction for future work on terrorism. They agreed to reinforce practical co-operation and integrate terrorism in the relationship between the EU and third countries.
Future EU 16-04-2004

Only one month to wrap up constitution talks

The EU will only have one month to secure a deal on the EU constitution. According to the Irish Presidency formal talks will not restart before 17 May.
Security 08-04-2004

The Aftermath of 11 March in Madrid

Justice and Home Affairs experts from the European liberty and security policy network (ELISE) believe that technology is not a solution to violence. They put into question counter-terrorism measures which involve a globalisation of surveillance.
Security 01-04-2004

From New York to Madrid: Technology as the Ultra-Solution to the Permanent State of Fear and Emergen

In this report, CEPS policy analysts comment on the impacts of the Madrid bombings on the fight against terrorism.
Security 26-03-2004

EU leaders promise to agree European constitution by June

Heads of state and government have pledged to agree on a constitution for Europe by June and adopted several measures to boost the fight against terrorism.
Security 25-03-2004

EU summit set to adopt beefed-up terror action plan

The fight against terrorism is the first item on the agenda of the EU summit. EU leaders are set to agree a raft of measures to improve their co-ordination in the fight against terrorism and increase security in the EU.
Security 24-03-2004

Straw: There is no opting out from terror

Keeping out of international engagement is no protection from terror, said UK Foreign Minister Jack Straw, while giving support to Turkey's EU membership.
Security 23-03-2004

European Council to set June deadline for counter-terrorism measures, Germany in trouble

EU's foreign affairs ministers want stronger emphasis to be put on international co–operation in the fight against terrorism. Germany is struggling to meet a 30 June deadline for implementing anti-terrorism measures.
Security 22-03-2004

Foreign affairs ministers discuss anti-terrorism co-operation and Middle East

Terrorism will top the agenda of the Foreign Affairs Council but the Lisbon strategy and the development of a strategic partnership between the EU and the Mediterranean and Middle East countries will also be dealt with.
Security 19-03-2004

EU to appoint a ‘Mr Terrorism’ but ‘European CIA’ a long way off

Interior Ministers have backed the idea of appointing a 'Mr Terrorism' to co-ordinate EU action against terrorism. Proposals to create a European intelligence service received little support.
Security 19-03-2004

EU to streamline anti-terrorism strategy

Interior and foreign affairs ministers are to discuss new counter-terrorism measures and review old promises in order to pave the way for the adoption of a beefed-up EU action plan by the European Council.
Security 16-03-2004

Terrorism and EU security strategy to top European Council agenda

EU justice and interior ministers will gather for an emergency meeting this Friday to map out anti-terrorism measures to be taken by the European Council.
Enlargement 05-12-2003

Commission launches preparations for the Western Balkans’ EU integration

The Commission has initiated preparations for the inclusion of five Western Balkans states in Community programmes and agencies as of 2005.
Security 20-10-2003

The Brussels European Council – Changing gear while marking time

The Brussels European Council did not prove to be an historic, decision-making gathering of EU leaders. At the same time, it did mark a significant changing of gear by the EU on the most important challenges with which it is faced - economic, defence and constitutional.

European Council: No clear decision on European Growth Initiative

Infrastructure projects and R&D will be the focus of a growth initiative, but EU leaders have not taken a decision on the details of the plan nor the investments involved.
Future EU 07-07-2003

Devilish Details

The EU's summit in Greece ended with more conclusions than most such events do. The larger problem will be seeing them through.
Central Europe 04-07-2003

European summits in Thessaloniki

The acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates from Western Balkans have many reasons to be satisfied with the conclusions of the Thessaloniki European Council and the EU– Western Balkans Summit.
Central Europe 08-01-2003

Croatia set to apply for EU membership

By the end of February Croatia intends to formally apply for EU membership.
Future EU 16-12-2002

Different types of meetings of the EU Heads of Government

Different types of meetings of the EU Heads of Government Christine Stark’s paper, which is also a contribution to the European Convention, focuses on the ongoing process of institutional reform. The paper offers a description and analysis of the different...
Future EU 26-09-2002

The European Council

Summary by This study argues that there has been a marked loss of leadership capacity in recent years, and too many issues have landed on the table of the European Council which should have been settled elsewhere within the...
Future EU 18-09-2002

Permanent seat for the European Council could change the EU’s nature

The decision to fix a permanent seat for the European Council in Brussels could influence the fundamental nature of the European Council and the EU.
Future EU 23-05-2002

No easy way out

No easy way out The EU Convention is currently faced with concrete proposals put forward by the EU institutions. The European Council (in the form of the heads of state and government), the Commission and the Parliament are all trying...

Parliament defines sustainable development demands for Barcelona Summit

The European Parliament has adopted its position on the sustainable development strategy which is to be discussed at the Barcelona summit.

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