20.12.2017

11 – 12 January: SCEUS Conference "Self-determination in the EU and its Neighborhood: The State of Play 100 Years after Wilson and Lenin"

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of President Wilson's epoch-making 14-point speech to the US Congress on 8 January, 1918, and against the backdrop of the often problematic consequences of self-determination that Wilson and his address are often associated with, the Salzburg Center for EU Studies - SCEUS has organized an International Conference on the

Bei der Konferenz werden die aktuelle Lage in der Ukraine und im Kaukasus ebenso zur Sprache kommen wie die Rolle der europäischen Sicherheits- und Energiepolitik für die baltischen Staaten und die Möglichkeiten der EU, auf interne Sezessionskrisen wie in Katalonien einzuwirken.

Programm der Tagung, die in englischer Sprache durchgeführt wird, finden Sie hier: Programm

 

Mag. Roman Puff

Haus fuer Europa/Salzburg Centre for EU Studies

Universität Salzburg

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Tel: 0664/88 66 32 02

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