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Perspectives on Brexit in Central Europe: seminar

13.01.2017 09:00 - 12:30
Dátum:
13.01.2017
Čas:
09:00 - 12:30
Organizátor:
Katedra politológie FIF UK
Miesto konania:
Filozofická fakulta UK, Bratislava
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Seminar
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Perspectives on Brexit in Central Europe
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13.január 2017, 9:00-12:30, G-236, Gondova 2, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University
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Katedra politológie FiF UK a Aston Centre for Europe,
Aston University UK, Vás pozývajú na seminár v rámci podujatia Perspectives on Brexit in Central Europe.

09.00, Seminar part 1: “Negotiating priorities for the V-4 Countries in ‘Brexit’ negotiations, Chair: Professor Nathaniel Copsey, Aston University
10.30, Coffee
11.00, Seminar part 2: “Impacts of ‘Brexit’ upon the EU and its wider neighbourhood”, Chair: Dr. Vladimir Bilcik, Comenius University, Bratislava
12.30, Close
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The seminar will take place under “Chatham House rules”, that is, individual contributions may be cited but in no way attributed. The results will be evaluated by the Aston Centre for Europe alongside a parallel event taking place in Berlin on German perspectives, and together will be published to offer a rich insight into the stance of EU members towards “Brexit” and issues for the Union in the future.

Venue: Room G- 236, Gondova 2, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, Bratislava

Perspectives on Brexit in Central Europe
The goal of this event is to bring together key opinion formers and scholars from the United Kingdom, Slovakia and its Visegrad neighbors, in order to garner a closer understanding of likely shape of the UK’s relations with these countries into the future. Close attention will be paid, in particular, to how the UK’s exit will affect the V-4, how bilateral relations will be affected, likely goals of the V-4 in “Brexit” negotiations, and how current events should affect existing scholarly models of these countries’ engagement with the EU. Particular attention will be paid to the “four freedoms” and the future “Geopolitics” of the EU and its wider neighborhood.
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LINKY
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www.politologiauk.sk
http://www.aston.ac.uk/lss/research/research-centres/aston-centre-europe/

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