|Author (Person)||Barber, Tony|
|Series Title||Financial Times|
Nicolas Sarkozy, France’s President, proposed in August 2007 that a 'wise men's committee' of 10 to 12 experts be set up to analyse the EU’s future and answer the questions: 'What kind of Europe should we have in 2020-2030, and what should its missions be?'. Article reports that the European Council, Brussels, 14 December 2007 will follow this proposal up with the establishment of a 'reflection group' with a narrower mandate that initially suggested by the French President.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|