Events - Multinational Development Policy Dialogue Brussels
India’s Neighborhood Policy: Opportunities, Tensions, and the COVID Challenge
Indo-Pacific Roundtable Series
The Indo-Pacific Roundtable Series brings senior policy makers and experts from the region to Brussels for invitation-only, roundtable discussions covering a wide range of economic, foreign and security policy issues. We aim to provide a snapshot of the most important debates and trends in the Indo-Pacific and analyze what they mean for Europe and for Europe-Asia relations. In its first year, the Series will focus on the topic of connectivity and how countries are seeking to build infrastructure and networks connecting the Indo-Pacific. The Indo-Pacific Roundtable Series is a joint initiative of The German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. The first discussion will focus on connectivity in South Asia, how countries in the region are increasing integration and responding to the COVID19 crisis, and the future of Europe-India cooperation on connectivity issues. Participation by invitation only
The Impact of Climate Change
Challenges for Latvia and the European Union
The conference will be the first of three events focusing on climate change and the necessary prevention and adaptation policies to be taken in the upcoming years.
ISAF Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2014 and the Emerging Security Challenges for Neighboring Central Asian States
The NATO-ISAF military coalition will withdraw its combat troops by December 2014. The event discusses the emerging security challenges for Central Asian States and potential initiatives to moderate the impact of the troop withdrawal in the region.
China's foreign policy under Xi Jinping
Perspectives and perceptions from Europe and neighbouring countries
One year after coming into power, Xi Jinping has established its leadership and has given a new profile to China’s foreign policy. The event will disscuss the perceptions from European and neighbouring countries about Chinese foreign policy goals.
Rethinking a comprehensive approach
a nexus partnership to achieve political and security goals?
The expert roundtable will review the comprehensive approach applied by the EU, its Member States and Japan. Experts and practitioners will share the lessons learned from civil-military cooperation.
International Criminal Law, the ICC and the Perspective of the Portuguese-Speaking African Countries
The event shall bring together relevant actors from Portuguese-Speaking African Ccuntries, Sub-Saharan Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC) with the aim to inform about the ICC and discuss its future role in the aforementioned countries
A comprehensive versus a principled approach
opportunities and risks for EU humanitarian assistance
Over the last years the EU has started to develop a “comprehensive approach” in order to integrate the different strands of foreign engagement into one approach overseen by the EEAS. The event will discuss the future of EU humanitarian assistance.
Future of European Humanitarian Assistance
changing risks and changing structures
The complexity of humanitarian crisis poses a challenge to all humanitarian donors. While a process has been started to develop a comprehensive approach, questions emerge in how far this approach will affect the neutrality of humanitarian assistance.
Shoulder to Shoulder?
Transatlantic Relations in Development Co-operation
The event will look at EU-US Development Dialogue with a focus on the four broad topics of 'policy frameworks', 'democracy promotion', 'strategic security interests', and 'post MDG-process'.
The Sustainable Use of Natural Ressources in South Asia
The potential for regional cooperation
The conference will bring together experts from South Asia and Europe in order to discuss the way forward for regional cooperation in cross border water sharing and water projects.
Experiencing and Understanding Europe
Training of trainers for Societal Opinion Formers from the Western Balkans
Simulation game and train-the trainers seminar on the EU-Enlargement Process
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