Madrid, 25-26 February 2013 – The European Union: What Kind of Global Actor?

Elvire Fabry speaks in the seminar of the EGS project entitled “The European Union: What Kind of Global Actor?”, organised in Madrid at Elcano Royal Institute.

 

Elvire Fabry, Senior Research Fellow at Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute, speaks in the seminar of the EGS project entitled “The European Union: What Kind of Global Actor?”, organised in Madrid at Elcano Royal Institute on the 25-26 February.

She is discussant in the first session entitled “Thinking big: why we need a European Global Strategy”

What major trends will determine the evolution of (EU)rope and the world at large between now and 2030? What role should the EU and its member states aspire to play in a rapidly changing world? How can they manage global challenges in a multipolar/interpolar world more effectively? Will the EU really be in a position to shape global governance?

Chair: Roderik Parkes, Polish Institute for International Affairs

Speakers:
                    Charles Powell, Director, Real Instituto Elcano               “Europe and the world in 2030”

                    Giovanni Grevi, Acting Director, FRIDE                              “Co-shaping an interpolar world”

Discussants:
                    Elvire Fabry, Senior Research Fellow, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute
                    Martin Ortega, Senior Research Fellow for the EGS Project, Elcano Royal Institute
                    

Full programme attached.

Elvire Fabry, Javier Solana and Emilio Lamo de Espinosa

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