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October 15, 2018

Region Europe Opening Lecture

Looking Beyond the Crisis: Why the EU's Internal and Foreign Policy Challenges Remain

Richard Youngs - University of Warwick, UK; Carnegie Europe
October 17, 2018

EUrope from Outside Seminars

The European Union: China's Partner or Competitor?

Men Jing - Director, EU-China Research Centre, College of Europe
October 26, 2018

EUROPE IN THE WORLD LECTURE

Europe's Post-Imperial Condition in a World of Crises

Kalypso Nicolaïdis - Director, Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford
November 7, 2018

EUrope from Outside Seminars

European but not EU: Inside/Outside Perceptions and Concerns on the Path to European Integration

Damir Kapidžić - University of Sarajevo, Bosnia
November 14, 2018

EUrope from Outside Seminars

Europe and Africa in the Age of Uncertainties

Gilbert Khadiagala - University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
November 15, 2018

EUrope from Outside Seminars

Does the Euro Help the EU to Manage Globalisation? A View from Russia

Olga Butorina - Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
November 23, 2018

EUrope from Outside Seminars

The Janus-Face of Turkey-EU Relations: Europe Seen from Turkey and Turkey Seen from Europe

Aylin Güney - Yasar University, Turkey
October 14, 2019

Region Europe 2019 Opening Lecture

What Can We Expect? Human Rights, Democracy, and the EU in 2030

Professor Gerald Knaus. founding chairman of the European Stability Initiative, delivered the lecture "What Can We Expect? Human Rights, Democracy, and the EU in 2030" for the opening of the Region Europe Program 2019
October 23, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

Russia and the EU: Is It Possible to Combine Cooperation and Containment?

Prof. Nikolay Kaveshnikov, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (Russia), delivered the lecture "Russia and the EU: Is It Possible to Combine Cooperation and Containment?" for the Region Europe Program 2019
October 30, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

Far Away Friends: Australia’s European Entanglements in a Time of Global Flux

Prof. Nicholas Farrelly, Australian National University, delivered the lecture "Far Away Friends: Australia’s European Entanglements in a Time of Global Flux" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
November 4, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

Looking at Transatlantic Relations in a Critical Perspective

Prof. Markus Thiel, Florida International University, USA, delivered the lecture "Looking at Transatlantic Relations in a Critical Perspective" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
November 12, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

Can the EU Help Solve the Palestine-Israeli Conflict?

Lily Habahs, PhD, Governance and International Relations Expert (OPT), delivered the lecture "Can the EU Help Solve the Palestine-Israeli Conflict?" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
November 18, 2019

Looking Forward Lecture

Counter-Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat

Prof. Jan Zielonka, University of Oxford, UK delivered the lecture "Counter-Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
November 20, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

China’s Global Rise and the Impact on the Existing World Order - Rethinking for Europe

Prof. Li Xing, Alboorg University, Denmark, delivered the lecture "China’s Global Rise and the Impact on the Existing World Order - Rethinking for Europe" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
November 22, 2019

Europe From Outside Seminar

Attraction and Resistance: Israel and the European Union

Prof. Sharon Pardo, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, delivered the lecture "Attraction and Resistance: Israel and the European Union" for the Region Europe Program 2019.
October 12, 2020

OPENING LECTURE

The Prospects of European Integration after Covid-19

Prof. Roberto Castaldi, Director, EurActiv Italy; E-Campus University and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy, delivered the lecture "The Prospects of European Integration after Covid-19" as Opening Lecture of the 2020's edition of Region Europe
October 14, 2020

Europe from Outside Seminar

(North) Macedonia's EU Integration Path: Is 2020 the Breakthrough Year?

Prof. Simonida Kacarska, Director, European Policy Institute, North Macedonia, delivered the lecture "(North) Macedonia's EU Integration Path: Is 2020 the Breakthrough Year?" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
October 21, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

What Do Russians Think of the EU as a Partner and as a Role Model?

Andrey Kortunov, Director General, Russian International Affairs Council delivered the lecture "What Do Russians Think of the EU as a Partner and as a Role Model?" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
October 22, 2020

EU Voices Seminars

"Je t’aime, moi non plus” 40 Years of an Uneven Relationship between Europe and Greece

Prof. Giannis Papageorgiou, University of Thessaloniki, Greece, delivered the lecture " "Je t’aime, moi non plus” 40 Years of an Uneven Relationship between Europe and Greece" as part of the EU Voices Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
October 28, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

Observing the EU from Southeast Asia: Perspectives from ASEAN Countries?

Prof. Evi Fitriani, Universitas Indonesia, delivered the lecture "Observing the EU from Southeast Asia: Perspectives from ASEAN Countries?" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
October 29, 2020

EU Voices Seminars

Can Germany Make the EU Strong Again?

Eric Bonse, Political Journalist and Senior Eu Correspondent in Brussel, delivered the lecture "Can Germany Make the EU Strong Again?" as part of the EU Voices Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 2, 2020

LOOKING FORWARD LECTURE

Sustainable Development: A Paradigm Shift for the Future of Europe and Its International Role

Prof. Enrico Giovannini, University of Rome "Tor Vergata"; Spokesman, Italian Alliance for Sustanaible Development; Former Italian Minister of Labour and Social Policies, delivered the lecture "Sustainable Development: A Paradigm Shift for the Future of Europe and Its International Role" as Looking Forward Lecture of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 3, 2020

EU Voices Seminar

The EU, Trade Unions and the European Job Market Challenges: the European Trade Union Confederation Perspective

Luca Visentini, General Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation, delivered the lecture "The EU, Trade Unions and the European Job Market Challenges:the European Trade Union Confederation Perspective" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 4, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

Internal, External Norms and China-EU Normative Engagement

Prof. Pan Zhongqi, Fudan University, China, delivered the lecture "Internal, External Norms and China-EU Normative Engagement" as part of the series of the Europe From Outside Seminar in the 2020's Region Europe Edition
November 10, 2020

EUROPE IN THE WORLD LECTURE

European Union, Normative Power and Planetary Politics

Prof. Ian Manners, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, delivered the lecture "European Union, Normative Power and Planetary Politics" as the Europe in the World Lecture of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 11, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

The Belarus Crisis, Implications for the EU and its Neighbourhood

Yahueni Preiherman, Director, Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations, Belarus, delivered the lecture "The Belarus Crisis, Implications for the EU and its Neighbourhood" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 12, 2020

EU Voices Seminars

An Externally Constrained Hybrid Regime: Hungary in the European Union

Prof. Andras Bozoky,Central European University, Hungary delivered the lecture "An Externally Constrained Hybrid Regime: Hungary in the European Union" as part of the EU Voices Seminars series of the 2020's edition of the Region Europe Program.
November 13, 2020

EU Voices Seminars

Civil Society Power and Engagement with EU Development Policy

Céline Mias, Director, CARE International's EU Office; Vice-President, Concord Europe, delivered the lecture "Civil Society Power and Engagement with EU Development Policy" as part of the EU Voices Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 17, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

From Role Model to Economic Partner? The Image of the European Union in Member

Prof. Rita Giacalone, Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela, delivered the lecture "From Role Model to Economic Partner? The Image of the European Union in Member" as part of the Europe from Outside Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 19, 2020

Europe From Outside Seminar

Europe from the Outside and the China-Africa Connection

Prof. Garth Le Pere University of Pretoria, South Africa delivered the lecture "Europe from the Outside and the China-Africa Connection" as part of the EU Voices Seminars series of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
November 20, 2020

CLOSING LECTURE

Britain and the EU in the World after Brexit

Prof. Anand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing Europe, King's College, UK, delivered the lecture "Britain and the EU in the World after Brexit" as closing lecture of the 2020's Region Europe edition.
March 16, 2021

EU NEXT Talks

Dopo Cotonou. Un nuovo corso per le relazioni tra UE e Africa?

Dopo due anni di difficili negoziati, nel dicembre 2020 l’UE e l’Organizzazione dei paesi di Africa, Caraibi e Pacifico (OACPS) hanno raggiunto un accordo politico su una nuova partnership che sostituisca l’Accordo di Cotonou del 2000, e regoli le loro relazioni per i prossimi 20 anni. L’accordo promette di aiutare l’UE e i 79 paesi partner ad affrontare nuove esigenze e sfide globali quali la pandemia di COVID-19, i cambiamenti climatici, la governance degli oceani, la migrazione, lo sviluppo, la pace e la sicurezza. Il primo seminario della serie EU Next Talks di Region Europe discuterà le priorità dell’UE e dei paesi partner portate ai negoziati, le novità dell’Accordo e il loro impatto sulle relazioni tra UE e Africa, alla luce della parallela discussione di una strategia comprensiva dell’Unione con l’intero continente. Sono intervenuti Giuseppe Gabusi, Torino World Affair Institute e Docente di International Political Economy, Università di Torino; Giovanni Finizio, Direttore di Region Europe e Docente di Politica Estera dell'UE, Università di Torino; Domenico Rosa, Capo della Task Force sul Post-Cotonou della Commissione Europea; Maurizio Carbone, University of Glasow; Pierfrancesco Majorino, Eurodeputato S&D e membro della Commissione Sviluppo del PE; Valerio Bini, Università di Milano; Elena Vallino, Politecnico di Torino.
March 31, 2021

EU NEXT Talks

L'Unione Europea e la governance del cibo, tra globale e locale

Il cibo è al centro di relazioni di potere e di rivendicazioni di sovranità cruciali per gli equilibri globali e per la vita di miliardi di persone. Al tempo stesso sono rari gli esempi di governance dei sistemi del cibo giusta ed efficace, né esiste una politica del cibo di scala europea. Il secondo seminario della serie EU Next Talks di Region Europe discute il ruolo dell’Europa, la più grande potenza agroalimentare del globo e il più importante mercato commerciale esistente, nel sistema agroalimentare globale; l’impatto dell’UE nei processi locali e globali legati al cibo; la necessità di costruire una vera politica del cibo europea funzionale alla costruzione di un sistema di governance del cibo giusto ed inclusivo dal locale al globale, a beneficio dei cittadini europei e di tutto il mondo. Il seminario prende le mosse dal libro "Cibo sovrano. Le guerre alimentari globali al tempo del virus" del Vice-Direttore della FAO e già Ministro delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali Maurizio Martina, che ha partecipato all’evento. Sono intervenuti Elisa Bignante, Docente di Geografia dello Sviluppo, Università di Torino; Egidio Dansero, Vice rettore alla Sostenibilità e la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo, Docente di Geografia Politica Economica, Università di Torino; Giovanni Finizio, Direttore di Region Europe e Docente di Politica Estera dell'UE, Università di Torino; Carla Montesi, Director, DG International Partnerships - Directorate Green Deal and Digital Agenda, Commissione Europea; Giuliana Laschi, Docente di Storia dell'Integrazione Europea, Università di Bologna; Gianluca Brunori, Docente di Food Policy, Università di Pisa.