We have now filled all the places for our next – ninth – special three-day programme of talks, discussions, interviews and visits, involving those at the sharp end of policy- and decision-making in Brussels. Among the themes to be discussed will be democracy in Europe; how the Juncker European Commission Priorities Programme is progressing; responding to the threats of terrorism; and Brexit and its implications, plus the usual series of lively working group debates on democracy inside the EU, Euroscepticism, the Eurozone, Greek and other crises, and the role of Germany inside the EU. The event will run from after lunch on February 22nd through to tea-time on February 24th. As usual, it is organised with our colleagues from the Institute of Political Science within the Catholic University in Lisbon. See here for latest programme.
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