EU3D researchers, Magdalena Góra and Katarzyna Zielińska participated in the student debate "War and the Future of Europe: Strategic Foresight from Central and Eastern Europe" in Krakow.
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EU3D coordinator John Erik Fossum held a presentation and engaged in discussions with students about possible scenarios for Europe’s future and what those might entail for Norway.
Which direction is Europe developing and what are the most likely scenarios for the Union’s future? And how does the war in Ukraine affect the outcomes? These were among the questions raised in the Future of Europe Debate in Oslo.
On 19 October 2022, LUISS hosted a student debate where students discussed the findings from the report "Europe Together Apart? Member State Sections and the Future of Europe" co-authored by Andrea Capati, Dora Hegedus and Tiziano Zgaga.
On 5 May 2022, the Jagiellonian University in Kraków hosted a student event within EU3D project to discuss the green recovery and energy transition in the context of the future of Europe.
On 3 June, EU3D results were presented at a side-event of the leading security conference GLOBSEC 2022 Bratislava Forum. It serves as a gathering of representatives of governments, private sector actors and the think-tank community from around the globe.
Differentiation is key to understanding the European Union. This June, ARENA offers PhD students access to state-of-the-art research on all EU relevant aspects of differentiation, drawing on the EU3D network and knowledge.
On 24-28 January 2022, Sciences Po Grenoble-UGA and PACTE organised an EU3D series of debates on the future of the European Union. The debates took place in the context of the French Presidency of the Council of the EU.
What role can regions and local authorities play in the ongoing Conference on the future of Europe? This and other questions were discussed at a policy dialogue organized by ARENA on 26 May 2021. This conference report sums up the main issues discussed at the event.
In May 2021, ARENA Centre for European Studies organised a PhD course, gathering doctoral students and leading scholars to discuss a differentiated Europe and its implications.
Why is risk-sharing in EU financial policy so controversial and what are viable and legitimate models and options to overcome the conundrum? These questions were addressed by Sonja Puntscher Riekmann in a EU3D Lecture on 19 May 2021.
What is the relation between internal and external differentiation? What influence do third countries, and more specifically external hegemons have on the process of differentiation? These were among the questions discussed at a workshop organised by Science Po Grenoble/CNRS on 12 May 2021.
EU3D professors John Erik Fossum, Dirk Leuffen, Chris Lord, and Sabine Saurugger discussed differentiation and the future of Europa at the ACES Annual Conference. Watch all sessions here.
EU3D team leader Sergio Fabbrini and scientific coordinator John Erik Fossum discussed the EU’s current challenges and remedying actors and factors at the 2020 APSA Annual Meeting.
John Erik Fossum has become Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Federal Studies (CFS) at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent.
Guntram Wolff has co-authored an opinion piece on how the ruling of the German Federal Constitutional Court of May 5 affects the relation of Germany to the ECB and the ECJ, and the constitutional foundations of monetary policy.
Some of the differentiation we have witnessed in the EU post-crises have had negative democratic effects. This raises a number of questions about the relationship between differentiation, dominance and democracy, which were discussed by EU3D researchers at a workshop in Oslo in January 2020.
The EU’s focus on showing unity and harmony could get in the way of dealing with the many difficult questions and challenges the Union is facing, according to experts and academics who gathered in Brussels to discuss Europe after Sibiu.