Romanian Center for European Policies (RCEP) has published a detailed analysis of the possibilities and expectations Romania has from the results of the current negotiations on the future multiannual financial framework - EU’s budget (2014-2020).
On November 18, 2010, the European Commission published "The Common Agricultural Policy in the perspective of 2020 ", the result of extensive public debate during 2010 that began at the invitation of Romanian Commissioner Dacian Ciolos. CRPE has organized on May 4, 2011, with the support of EurActiv and Infoeuropa, a public debate on this issue with key stakeholders, publicly proposing a simplified model of the scheme, which small farmers can have access to without filling in the annual subsidy applications and complex forms.
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".
The European Union is adapting to the Lisbon Treaty. Priorities of the Spanish Presidency and the interests of Romania
We are continuing our series of reviews about European politics and policies with a new report on the short term priorities of the European Union. CRPE’s experts analyze the priorities of the Spanish Presidency in the new European institutional framework created by the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon.
The Romanian Center for European Policies (CRPE) and the Romanian Academic Society (SAR) have launched the report “Worth Having It - The Effectiveness of the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism on Romania” during a public hearing at the European Parliament organized by the two MEPs Monica Macovei and Maria Nedelcheva (Bulgaria).
The European Council which will take place on the 18th-19th of June in Brussels will be unusual. The current topics on the agenda will be most probably outshone by the elections of a new President of the European Commission. However, there is a powerful trend of postponing the decision until October when the mandate of J. M. Barosso will expire formally.