The European Union is the most ambitious and successful supranational political entity that ever came into being voluntarily in the history of mankind. Because of massive interdependencies — some of them pre-dating its conception and many of them greatly amplified as a result of its deepening and enlargement — the European Union must keep going, and it will. But because of the many problems of unprecedented nature and magnitude generated by its very success, it must keep changing, and it will. How? That is what we will learn in tonight’s lecture.
Tues 25 April, 8 pm
About the Lecturer
Prof. Philippe Van Parijs, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences, Un. Cath. de Louvain, Louvain La Neuve (B)
Prof. dr. Tannelie Blom, Chair European Studies, Maastricht University