EU external actions after the Treaty of Lisbon

The entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty has led to profound institutional and material changes regarding the decision-making system of the EU, in particular as regards how the EU acts vis-à-vis the outside world. This seminar wraps up a multi-annual research project led by SIEPS on the EU’s international role. It presents the findings of the overall changes that are a consequence of the Lisbon Treaty and the impact these changes have on several EU foreign policy areas: trade, European Neighbourhood Policy, and Common Foreign and Security Policy.

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Registration & Coffee from 09.00 - Meeting from 09.15 to 17.00

Participation in this event is free of charge.

 

2
June 2017
Friday
09:00-17:00

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Speakers

Panos Koutrakos
City University, London
Stephan Marquardt
European External Action Service, Brussels
Steven Blockmans
Head of EU Foreign Policy, CEPS
Marise Cremona
European University Institute, Florence
Marco Bronckers
University of Leiden and VVGB Advocaten, Brussels
Emma Udwin
Deputy Head of Cabinet,Commissioner Johannes Hahn, European Commission

Chair

Eva Sjögren
Director, SIEPS

EU external actions after the Treaty of Lisbon

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2
June 2017
Friday
09:00-17:00
Participation in this event is free of charge.

1221

CEPS Conference Room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels