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Research and innovation: international dimension and enlargement
The major changes that are now taking place, whether environmental, demographic or other, constitute global challenges and require an appropriate response. Europe has a key role to play so that international cooperation, like science, forms an area without borders. For this reason research is a completely separate theme in the European Union's foreign and enlargement policies.
- Scientific and technological cooperation with Jordan
- Scientific and technological cooperation with New Zealand
- Scientific and technological cooperation with the United States
- Scientific and technological cooperation with Egypt
- Scientific and technologic cooperation with Switzerland
- Scientific and technologic cooperation with Israel
- ITER: Euratom/Japan agreement on nuclear fusion
- Ongoing enlargement
- Enlargement of January 2007
- Enlargement of May 2004