Tag: Europe

Comecon and the Third World

Please join us for a talk with Sara Lorenzini, Associate Professor of International History at the School of International Studies, University of Trento, Italy. This talk will deal with the political economy of East-South relations in the 1960s and 1970s,...

/ April 24, 2017

Whither Turkey?

Turkey is holding a referendum on April 16 to decide whether the country will adopt a presidential system or keep its parliamentary regime. The panel will examine the result of the vote and its impact for the future of the...

/ April 20, 2017

Emmanuel Macron, the candidate of French expats?

Supporters of the former French minister of economy and presidential candidate started a New York branch of his En Marche! movement.

/ March 17, 2017

Russian influence in Europe: an elephant in the room or a paper tiger?

In Europe as in America, Russian economic, political and military influence is a burning issue.

/ March 7, 2017

A break-up of the European Union?

Max Weber Conference 2017 @ NYU: A break-up of the European Union? And what to do about it. This conference brings together academics and political practitioners to discuss the state of the European Union at the beginning of what is shaping up...

/ February 17, 2017

The EU at 60: Europe Since the Treaty of Rome

For a full conference program and to RSVP, please click here. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, this event will offer an opportunity of dialogue among scholars and practitioners of the European Union, who will reflect...

/ February 10, 2017

Internationalism and Democracy after the Eurozone Crisis

A talk by Frédéric Lordon and Cédric Durand. Frédéric Lordon is an economist and philosopher. He is Director of Research at France’s National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and a researcher at the Center for European Sociology (CSE). He is the author of several...

/ January 30, 2017

Europe’s Functional Constitution: A Theory of Constitutionalism Beyond the State (New Book Talk)

Constitutionalism has become a byword for legitimate government, but is it fated to lose its relevance as constitutional states relinquish power to international institutions? This book evaluates the extent to which constitutionalism, as an empirical idea and normative ideal, can...

/ December 5, 2016

Conference: Referendums and Democratic Politics

An international conference organized by the NYU Center for European and Mediterranean Studies (CEMS) with the support of the NYU Board of Trustees

/ November 3, 2016

Europe Before Europe: The Ventotene Manifesto

An Homage to Altiero Spinelli, one of the European Union's founding fathers, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his death.

/ October 26, 2016