EURINT 2019 | European Union’s structural challenges: the way forward
CONFERENCE RATIONALE & TOPICS
Today’s global context brings about various insidious effects that weight heavily on EU’s security and stability. As such, over the last decade EU has been confronted with multiple challenges (e.g economic crisis, migrants’ crisis, Ukraine crisis, etc) that have become a key driver of uncertainty and have determined the European decision-makers to take very seriously the means and ways to boost EU’s resilience when designing policies and strategies. Additionally, should we consider the neorealists’ warnings about the shaking liberal world order, it becomes more imperative than ever for Europe to be prepared to face the future and find a way forward on its own. Within this context, the EURINT Conferences Series aims to foster and provide a proper context for mutual dialogue, joint knowledge and a better understanding of the challenges the EU faces in the current global context marred unprecedented shocks and challenges. Under the auspices of Romania’s Presidency of the European Union’s Council, the Centre for European Studies in cooperation with European Institute of Romania, and the Centre for Foreign Policy and Security Studies (CFPSS) organizes an international academic event which addresses those who show a genuine interest in enhancing their research skills in European studies and in contributing to developing a transnational network of contacts and cooperation. The two-day event (May 17-18, 2019) aims to transmit knowledge about EU’s opportunities and risks in today’s increasingly volatile global context and to draw together scholars, popular experts, civil society activists and decision-makers to encourage an exchange of views. Topics We welcome both theoretical and empirical papers which could fit the following themes: Future of EU’s external actions EU’s major role in the world economy and its economic incentives European regional growth and sustainable development EU governance and public administration Challenges to EU law and governance in the member states Resilient Europe: challenges, strategies, policies Romania as EU member state: opportunities, responsibilities, challenges Cross border cooperation and peripheral areas in Europe
EURINT 2019 | European Union’s structural challenges: the way forward
CONFERENCE RATIONALE & TOPICS
Today’s global context brings about various insidious effects that weight heavily on EU’s security and stability. As such, over the last decade EU has been confronted with multiple challenges (e.g economic crisis, migrants’ crisis, Ukraine crisis, etc) that have become a key driver of uncertainty and have determined the European decision-makers to take very seriously the means and ways to boost EU’s resilience when designing policies and strategies. Additionally, should we consider the neorealists’ warnings about the shaking liberal world order, it becomes more imperative than ever for Europe to be prepared to face the future and find a way forward on its own. Within this context, the EURINT Conferences Series aims to foster and provide a proper context for mutual dialogue, joint knowledge and a better understanding of the challenges the EU faces in the current global context marred unprecedented shocks and challenges. Under the auspices of Romania’s Presidency of the European Union’s Council, the Centre for European Studies in cooperation with European Institute of Romania, and the Centre for Foreign Policy and Security Studies (CFPSS) organizes an international academic event which addresses those who show a genuine interest in enhancing their research skills in European studies and in contributing to developing a transnational network of contacts and cooperation. The two-day event (May 17-18, 2019) aims to transmit knowledge about EU’s opportunities and risks in today’s increasingly volatile global context and to draw together scholars, popular experts, civil society activists and decision-makers to encourage an exchange of views. Topics We welcome both theoretical and empirical papers which could fit the following themes: Future of EU’s external actions EU’s major role in the world economy and its economic incentives European regional growth and sustainable development EU governance and public administration Challenges to EU law and governance in the member states Resilient Europe: challenges, strategies, policies Romania as EU member state: opportunities, responsibilities, challenges Cross border cooperation and peripheral areas in Europe