The End of the EU?

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José Manuel D. Barroso und Andrew Moravcsik will visit the Bavarian School of Pu

José Manuel D. Barroso und Andrew Moravcsik will visit the Bavarian School of Public Policy. (Photos: Johannes Jansson / Jon Roemer)

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In its "Munich Talks" series, the Bavarian School of Public Policy (HfP) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) establishes a public forum for the discussion of current political developments with guests from politics and science. Two experts will analyze the situation of the European Union at the inaugural events of the new series: Andrew Moravcsik, Professor at Princeton University, will speak on February 17, while José Manuel D. Barroso, former President of the European Commission, will be featured at the HfP on July 13.

Prof. Andrew Moravcsik: ‘The End of the EU’ Liberal Intergovernmentalism in the Context of Current Crises?


Andrew Moravcsik is considered the founder of and one of the most important voices behind the theory of Liberal Intergovernmentalism. His research is primarily concerned with European integration, human rights and international relations. Moravcsik is Professor of Politics and Public Affairs and the Director of the European Union Program at Princeton University; he is also a fellow of the Brookings Institution. Moravcsik has first-hand experience in politics, as well: He has already worked on behalf of the US and South Korean governments and for the EU Commission.

February 17, 2017, 12:00 noon
Hochschule für Politik München - Bavarian School of Public Policy
Richard-Wagner-Straße 1
80333 Munich

The event will be held in cooperation with the Munich Security Conference.

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José Manuel D. Barroso: ‘European Governance in Hard Times’


José Manuel D. Barroso was President of the European Commission from 2004 until 2014. Before that he served for two years as the Prime Minister of Portugal and was the leader of the Portuguese Social Democratic Party from 1999 to 2004. Barroso has held Visiting Professorships at Princeton University and Georgetown University and in 2015 was named Director of the Center for European Studies at the Catholic University of Portugal. He had already worked as a political scientist before beginning his career as a politician. Today Barroso works for the investment bank Goldman Sachs.

July 13, 2017, 5:00 pm
Hochschule für Politik München - Bavarian School of Public Policy
Richard-Wagner-Straße 1
80333 Munich

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Hochschule für Politik München (HfP) - Bavarian School of Public Policy:


The Technical University of Munich (TUM) became host university of the Bavarian School of Public Policy (HfP) in 2014 and oriented it towards research and teaching on politics in technicalized societies. At the same time, the HfP is continuing its tradition as a meeting place for political science, political education and political practice.


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