Brussels, 2 May – What Are the Risks of Small Steps in a Rapidly Changing World?

Yves Bertoncini, Secretary General of Notre Europe, will speak during this conference organised by the Madariaga-College of Europe Foundation, beside Luuk Van Middelaar, political philosopher and historian, Member of the Cabinet of Herman Van Rompuy. The debate will be moderated by Pierre Defraigne, Executive Director of the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation

What Are the Risks of Small Steps in a Rapidly Changing World?

02 May 2012, Brussels (13:00 – 14:30), Fondation Madariaga

The specific crisis of the eurozone, in the broader context of the systemic crisis of Western capitalism, and the rise of emerging economies – particularly China – are questioning the role of Europe in the present international political and economic order. Is the European integration project endangered by the difficulty of bringing eurozone governance to a convincing level in terms of efficiency and of democratic legitimacy, and bypolitical divisions that cross the EU27? Is a gradual approach still effective to strengthen European integration? May the Union be overtaken by the return of nationalism? 

A Citizen’s Controversy with Luuk Van Middelaar, political philosopher and historian, Member of the Cabinet of Herman Van Rompuy and author of the book Passage à l’Europe, Gallimard, 2012 and Yves Bertoncini, Secretary General of Notre Europe and author of the book Politique européenne : Etats, pouvoirs et citoyens de l’UE, Sciences-Po and Dalloz, 2010.

The debate will be moderated by Pierre Defraigne, Executive Director of the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation.

On Wednesday 02 May 2012, between 13:00 and 14:30 at the Madariaga-College of Europe Foundation, Avenue de la Joyeuse Entrée 14, B-1040 Brussels (map)

Thee debate will be held in French. Questions may be addressed in English.

To register, please send your name, title and the name of your organisation to info@madariaga.org or by fax to: +32 (0) 2 209 62 11.

For more information, do not hesitate to contact us on: +32 (0) 2 209 62 10.

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