CRPE Policy Memo No. 37, February 2013 Authors: Roxana Albisteanu, Dragos Dinu,Cristian Ghinea Romanian Center for European Policies launches…
The Romanian Center for European Policies and the Institute of World Policy (Ukraine) are launching the report “A new framework…
The week in which the governments of the two countries meet in a common government reunion in Iasi, the Romanian Center for European Policies publishes its annual report on the relationship between Romania and the Republic of Moldova. Named „ From rebooting relations to accumulating arrears”, the CRPE report covers the most important aspects of cooperation between these two countries in 2011.
CRPE resumes the conclusions of the previously published analysis where we laid out the deficiencies of the mechanism of coordination of the European affairs in Romania. The decision-centers established in January 2008 (political level, high officials’ level and civil servants’ level) are not operational in practice.
In 2010 CRPE, together with the Friedrich Ebert Romania Foundation (FES) evaluated the capacity of the Romanian Parliament to participate in debates regarding European policies. Following the interest and the recommendations received from the members of the Romanian Parliament and the Department for European Affairs, CRPE and FES organized on April 12, 2011 the first CRPE Forum on European affairs, which enjoyed the presence of the most important actors involved in the process of coordinating European affairs.
This Policy Brief summarizes the responses to a survey of experts who answered a total of 55 experts from Moldova - representatives of NGOs, journalists, policy makers, public officials and business representatives.
How we used the Window of Opportunity: a year after the revival of the Romanian – Moldavian relations
The 100 million euro financial aid which was promised to Moldova is being delayed. The authors make several recommendations for a better management of these funds.
The Romanian Centre for European Policies (CRPE) has launched the report “The Romanian Parliament enters the European Union. The challenge of being an active actor in Europe” during a conference which took place at the Romanian Senate on 8 December 2010.
The European Commission Representation in Romania and the Romanian Center for European Policies (CRPE) organized the international conference "Ten years from now. European Economic Development and Governance".
Is the Eastern Europe in the North or in the South? Some Remarks about the European Council from October 2009
The European Union has committed to take a decision regarding the reduction of gas emissions with 30% by 2020 in comparison with the levels of emissions registered in 1990. The condition was that other developed countries to reduce the emissions to a comparable level with the EU and the developing countries to start acting more responsible. The EU plays a very promising strategy hoping that the rest of the countries concerned with the global warming to act accordingly.