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Ralf Dahrendorf Roundtable: Position of Central European and V4 Countries within the EU

Institutional and Political Issues
Date: Tuesday, 10 April 2018 19:00 - 21:00

Venue: Prague House  |  City: Bruxelles, Belgium

Even though it is still not clear if the EU will transform into two groups of member states - a recognizable core (with more integration) and the periphery (with less integration) - there are certainly some proposals which lead to this direction. Thus, this is a topic of current public, diplomatic and expert discussions. Nevertheless, even within V4 Group we can observe different points of view on the future of the integration process. Slovakia declares that it must always stay within the core of Europe, alongside Germany and France. Moreover, Slovakia is a member of the Eurozone, whereas the rest of the group is not. Poland and Hungary, which are criticized for their authoritarian and illiberal tendencies, want to integrate less. The Czech Republic desires to be a part of the core, but in its own conception - outside of the Eurozone. Despite rather different approaches towards the EU, all Visegrad countries refuse as one man mandatory migrant quotas. What is the future of the Visegrad Group and can it get an inspiration from other regional groups within the EU, for instance from Benelux? European Commission is against multi-speed Europe, but what about Germany and France? Will intergovernmental arrangements strengthen? Will multi-speed Europe (if it happens) have economic and security impacts on the V4 countries? How will be all these issues reflected in a new EU´s budget, which is becoming a very hot topic?

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  • Tuesday, 10 April 2018 19:00 - 21:00

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