An EU budget fit for the 21st century?

News - 9 February, 2011

  Stephen Tindale, Associate Fellow, Centre for European Reform, writes: The future of the EU Budget is now under serious discussion in Brussels and member states capitals.  The Budget is not significant in macroeconomic terms only just over 1% of EU gross national income.  But it is highly politically significant; it always has been and […]

Tackling online jihad: understanding the issues and how to respond?

News - 1 February, 2011

  Julia Purcell, Programme Director, writes:   We recently welcomed Minister of State for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Baroness Neville Jones to Wilton Park. While here, the Minister spoke about Online Jihad and recorded a podcast with our Chief Executive, Richard Burge.  An excerpt of the speech is below:   “We are faced with a clear and […]

If we are so discreet, what on earth can we blog about?

News - 10 January, 2011

Richard Burge, Chief Executive, writes: Welcome to the Wilton Park blog Three times a week, we will send a short, pithy article reflecting on the global issues with which we wrestle. It is a linear blog, a single strand with many writers some of them will be my colleagues who specialise in particular areas of […]