European Foreign and Neighbourhood Policy
Franco-German Conference in June in Munich - register now!
30.05.2011 · C·A·P
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The Arab spring illustrates once more the enormous challenges Europe must address in its neighbourhood and the urgent need for a coherent and efficient foreign policy. The Chair of Political Systems and European Integration at the Geschwister-Scholl-Institute for Political Science is thus especially pleased to host the conference The European Union and Its Neighbourhoods: Concepts, Constructions and Strategies of European Foreign Policy on 9 and 10 June 2011. The conference is co-organized by the Centre for European Studies at Sciences Po Paris and takes place at the Centre for Applied Policy Research (C·A·P) in Munich. After an opening round-table with Werner Weidenfeld (Munich), Zaki Laïdi (Paris) and Mongi Bousnina (Tunis), doctoral students from several European universities will present and discuss case studies about the foreign and neighbourhood policy of the European Union. Special attention will be given to the impact of interests, perceptions, and identity patterns on the coherence and the efficiency of Europes policies towards its immediate and wider neighbourhoods. The conference will also focus on the concept of Europeanization and the role member states play in the making of EU foreign policy.
For your registration or further information please contact Edmund Ratka in Munich (edmund.ratka[at]gsi.uni-muenchen.de) or Olga Spaiser in Paris (olga.spaiser[at]sciences-po.org).
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