FEPS and Carnegie India organised a conference on advancing the European Union-India relationship and initiating a dialogue on the strategic partnership to formulate specific and potentially common interests.
Report on Call top Europe VI: Millennials and politics, hold in Brussels on 17th - 18th June. the conference brought together more than 100 young experts, young politicians and leaders from social-democratic families, young representatives from civil society and young participants.
FEPS and Change Partnership, have outlined the practical steps needed to undertake and manage the transition to ensure it is fair, dignified, inclusive and meaningful. This document offers an insight into some of the main issues discussed at the debate and publication launch in Brussels.
The Foundation for European Progressive Studies, its President, Massimo D’Alema, and its Secretary General, Ernst Stetter, would like to extend their deepest congratulations to António Guterres on his election as the Secretary General of the United Nations.
Two months after what commentators called “disastrous” local government elections for the ANC, the party hasn’t come out with clear analyses of its defeat and decisions concerning its leadership or policies.
In recent years, West Asia has seen a great deal of turmoil. Beginning with the American-led war against Iraq in 2003, events have come in quick succession—the Arab Spring, the attack on Libya, the developments in Syria and the rise of the Islamic State.
At present, there are two main sources of insecurity in the Indian Ocean. The first one relates to instability in several of the hinterland and littoral states of the Indian Ocean. The second source of insecurity relates to the rise of new naval powers in the Indian Ocean