Foreign Policy in Europe’s Borderlands

Any paralysis on EU foreign policy regarding the union’s borderlands would be strategically and geopolitically shortsighted

ACTIVITAT REALITZADA
15 maig 2019 - 18:00h
LOCALITZACIÓ: Carnegie Europe, Rue du Congrès 15, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
ORGANITZAT PER: Carnegie Europe in the framework of the EU-LISTCO project

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Europe is in flux. The union is racing toward European Parliament elections, and public debates are increasingly dominated by inward-leaning discussions over Europe’s future, not to mention Brexit.  

The risk is that EU foreign policy will take a back seat, just when it is all the more necessary. From Ukraine to Algeria and from Armenia to the Western Balkans, new political players who want to initiate change are emerging across Europe’s Eastern and Southern neighbourhoods. Any paralysis on EU foreign policy regarding the union’s borderlands would be strategically and geopolitically shortsighted.  

This event will be held in the framework of the Horizon 2020 EU-LISTCO project and will feature remarks by Heather Grabbe, director of the Open Society European Policy Institute, Pol Morillas, director of the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), and Thomas Risse, professor of International Relations at the Freie Universität Berlin. Judy Dempsey, nonresident senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and editor-in-chief of the Strategic Europe blog, will moderate.  

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Participants

SPEAKERS

Judy Dempsey

Judy Dempsey

Nonresident senior fellow, Carnegie Europe

Heather Grabbe

Heather Grabbe

Director, Open Society European Policy Institute

Pol Morillas

Pol Morillas

Director, CIDOB

Thomas Risse

Thomas Risse

Professor of International Relations, Freie Universität Berlin

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