EU Enlargement and Reform Agenda: Implications for Turkey and the Balkans

Günay, Dzihic

Veranstaltung, Aktuelles 21.06.2018

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Enlargement used to be the key factor of the European Union’s transformative power. In view of the EU’s internal crises, and a general democratic rollback in candidate countries, enlargement seems from today’s perspective rather unlikely. Has the EU reached its limits? How can the reforms of the EU institutions and structures address the expectations of candidate countries and at the same time guarantee the cohesion of the EU? Are sectoral partnerships an alternative? How long will the Balkan states remain in the waiting room and what is the future of EU-Turkey relations?

Date & Time:   
June 21, 2018
5:30 -7:30 pm

Venue:   
Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip)
Berggasse 7, 1090 Vienna

Panelists:   
FARUK KAYMAKCI
Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Turkey to the EU
KLAUS WÖLFER
Ambassador, Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Head of Section Southeast Europe, Enlargement and Twinning
NILGUN ARISAN ERALP
Director, EU Studies Center, TEPAV
ATILA ERALP

Professor, Mercator-IPC Senior Fellow
SANEM BAYKAL
Professor, Ankara University EU Research Center (ATAUM)
CIGDEM NAS
IKV Chairman   
VEDRAN DZIHIC
Senior Researcher at the oiip and Lecturer at the University of Vienna

Chair:  
CENGIZ GÜNAY
Vice Director of the Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip), Vienna

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