Saturday 25th May 2013
The Robert Schuman Foundation publishes the Foundation "Notes". This collection aims to enable the new generation of young researchers or experts to publish their work under the Foundation's patronage.
These Notes will be of particular interest in terms of recent and future economic, social and technological developments that will surely affect all of the European Union member states. Major lessons for future affairs both public and private across Europe can be drawn from the comparison between national situations within the Union and the confrontation between experiences across different continents.
Europe, an opportunity for woman
Note n°22 - May 2004
- Pascale Joannin
European Parliament: challenge for French influence
Note n°21 - April 2004
- Yves Bertoncini, Thierry Chopin
Note n°20 - January 2004
- François Dutaux-Lombard
Are we moving towards European bioéthics? The example of the human embryo
Note n°19 - November 2003
- Laurence Lepienne
France Thanks to Europe
Note n°18 - September 2003
- Jean-Paul Betbèze
How to end the massacre on the roads
Note n°17 - June 2003
- Jacques Chirac, Béatrice Houchard
European Legal Area in Europe Which perspectives ?
Note n°16 - May 2003
- Dominique Barella, Jean-François Kriegk
Defense industries consolidation in Europe. And after?
Note n°15 - April 2003
- Hélène Masson
This would be another Europe
Note n°14 - March 2003
- Alain Lamassoure
Justice, Police and Security in the European Union
Note n°13 - February 2003
- Hubert Haenel