Unravelling the International Disorder: A EUropean Course of Action


10:30 am - 12:30 pm
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Unravelling the International Disorder: A EUropean Course of Action
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Wednesday, 24 August
120 minutes
German
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In an eroding international order, the EU as a major peace project must critically reflect on its sovereignty and position in the international system. The EU’s foreign and security policy is caught in a field of tension between its values and interests. Its instruments appear to be used insufficiently. Can and will the EU step up to promote its own idea of the international order – and how?

Supported by Federal Ministry of Defence
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Moderator

Thomas Mayer

Journalist | Moderator derStandard
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Patrick Müller

Professor for European Studies University of Vienna
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Arnold Kammel

General Secretary Ministry of Defence
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Claudia Angela Gamon

Member of the European Parliament, NEOS European Parliament
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Stefan Gugerel

Federal Ministry of Defence