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Lundi 17 octobre 2022 à 17 heures
Bruxelles – Palais des Académies – Auditorium Albert II
Brussels International College : conférence par Kalypso Nicolaidis intitulée The European Union, regional cooperation and the future of multilateralism in a dangerous world (en collaboration avec l'European External Action Service)



En collaboration avec l'European External Action Service (EEAS), et sous le patronage de Josep Borrell, Haut représentant de l'Union européenne pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité et Vice-Président de la Commission européenne, l'Académie proposera le 17 octobre 2022 de 17 à 19 h la septième séance de son « Brussels International College ».

L'invité sera le professeur Kalypso Nicolaidis.

La conférence se fera en format hybride présentiel/distanciel. L’inscription est obligatoire via le bouton « Inscription ». Les inscrits qui souhaitent recevoir le lien pour la visioconférence sont invités à le signaler à Isabelle Algrain.

Conference cycle 2021-2022

In the context of a complex and changing world, it is important to understand how the European Union articulates its values and interests with the common global challenges of the human kind. The Conference cycle 2021-2022 will address the main international political, economic and cultural challenges of the XXI century and the construction of a European Union common strategic culture through an open dialogue with outstanding scholars and highly qualified discussants coming from various cultures and world regions.

This conference cycle is jointly organised by the Royal Academy of Science, Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium and the European External Action Service, under the patronage and effective participation of Josep Borrell, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the European Commission. The conference cycle is co-chaired by Didier Viviers, permanent Secretary of the Academy, and Professor Mario Telò, who, as scientific director, will introduce the 2021-2022 program.

Session 7 : “The European Union, regional cooperation and the future of multilateralism in a dangerous world”

October 17 th, 2022, 5-7 pm.

The EU is existentially interested in a stronger multilateral system. However, with the war in Ukraine, the return of power politics put this system in a serious credibility crisis. Already before, it was weakened by implementation gaps of many of its programs, the paralysis of the UN Security Council and many failed reform attempts. The transnational character of the main challenges to the future of mankind (climate change, loss of biodiversity, financial stability, pandemics, security and disarmament…) oblige us to find ways to build more binding and legitimate global institutions. In that framework, regional organizations should play an enhanced role.

5pm: Welcoming words: Mario Telò, Brussels international college Director
5:10 pm: Prof. Kalypso Nicolaidis (University of Oxford and European University Institute)
5:50 pm: Debate
7 pm: Concluding words and  reception

CHAIRPERSON:
Prof. Mario TELÒ, Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium, director of the Brussels International College. Professor of International relations at ULB and LUISS, former visiting professor in many Universities of Europe, Asia and the Americas, served as an advisor for the EU institutions.

SPEAKER:
Kalypso NICOLAIDIS is Chair in Global Affairs at the School of Transnational Governance of the European University Institute (EUI). She is currently on leave from the University of Oxford and was a professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and at Ecole Nationale d’Admistration, Paris. She has worked with numerous EU institutions, including as a member of the European Council’s reflection group on the future of Europe chaired by Felipe González (2008-10), and is a Council member of ECFR. Her research revolves around internal and external aspects of European integration as well as global affairs, theaters of recognition, democratic theory, transnational legal empathy and social solidarity, global governance and international trade, sustainable integration, post-colonialism, myth and politics, and new technologies.
http://kalypsonicolaidis.com/


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Invitation - format pdf