‘Go, Nero, fetch!’ In 1980, in the light of the threat posed by the radicalisation of the Islamic regime of Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran, the German cartoonist, Horst Haitzinger, takes an ironic look at the weaknesses of European Political Cooperation (EPC).
On 25 June 1985, the Political Affairs Committee submits a motion for a resolution to the European Parliament on the redefinition of the mechanisms governing European Political Cooperation and the role of the European Parliament.
‘European Political Cooperation observed by the superpowers’. In 1985, under the bemused gaze of the United States and the Soviet Union, German cartoonist Hanel illustrates the difficulties experienced by Europeans in establishing common political cooperation.
In this interview, Jacques F. Poos, former Luxembourg Foreign Minister, recalls the importance of contacts and coordination between the chancelleries of the three Benelux countries in connection with European Political Cooperation (EPC).
In this interview, Jean François-Poncet, former Secretary-General of the Presidency of the French Republic and former Foreign Minister, identifies the weaknesses of European Political Cooperation (EPC) in the late 1970s.