|datum||11 december 2019 13:30|
|locatie||Altiero Spinelli (ASP)|
|organisatie||European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS)|
As the European Union undergoes a leadership transition in several of its institutions, it faces an array of significant challenges, both domestic and international. These include slowing growth, global trade tension, uncertain US leadership, the continued rise and digital ambitions of China, instability in the Middle East, political stalemate in several member state capitals, and the prospect of Brexit. [...]
Among the top priorities of the new European Commission are a 'European Green Deal' and a comprehensive EU strategy on AI. While 2019 proved a less difficult year than many predicted, much remains to be done to in relation to economic reform, foreign policy-making and effective action on climate change. Analysts from leading European think tanks will discuss what was significant about 2019, for Europe and the world, and present their thinking about the outlook for 2020.
Location: Library Reading Room, 5th floor, Altiero Spinelli Building
Last updated: 03-12-2019