Around Europe 340 – March 2012

Israel’s Supreme Court Adapts International Law in West Bank Quarrying ruling; A View of the EU Budget through Green-Tinted Spectacles; Continued Cognitive Dissonance in EU Energy Effort; Democracy under stress: The global crisis and beyond; Apology and Correction Click here to download (PDF – 1.3 Mb) Deutsche Ausgabe – März 2012 Israels Oberster Gerichtshof passt […]

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Recommendations to the Foreign Affairs Council on Palestine Israel released

In February 2012, on the basis of cooperation between QCEA, the EAPPI Programme of the World Council of Churches and the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the occupied Palestinian Territories (UN OHCHR OPT), we released a press release with clear recommendations to the European Union Foreign Affairs Council (FAC). Read […]

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Briefing paper: the EU Crisis Management Missions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

This briefing paper looks at two European Union Crisis Management missions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, the EU-BAM Rafah border mission and the European Union Police Co-ordinating Office Palestinian Territories mission, particularly in the context of the Common Defence and Security Policy. Read “The EU Crisis Management Missions in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (v1)” (PDF […]

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Around Europe 335 – September 2011

Sustainable Growth or Growth vs. Sustainability?; Why is the EU asking questions about its members’ detention systems?; Renovations in Quaker House Completed; The EU’s Trade with Palestine – Opportunities and Limitations Click here to download (PDF – 1.0 Mb) Deutsche Ausgabe – September 2011 Warum stellt die EU Fragen über die Haftsysteme ihrer Mitglieder? Klicken Sie hier für […]

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Briefing paper: the role of the EU in the Israel/Palestine conflict in context

This briefing paper assesses the role of the European Union in the potential resolution of the conflict, and seeks to evaluate how this role can be strengthened. Firstly, the paper sets out the official positions of the EU on the conflict, and then gives examples of recent regional and global efforts towards a comprehensive peace […]

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