THE FUTURE OF EUROPEAN COHESION. LESSONS FROM THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
12.12.2012 , 18:00 Uhr
While the death of Yugoslavia was part suicide and part murder, it was to a great degree the lack of (economic) solidarity that broke the country part. The northern republic of Slovenia, for example, began to fear that its financial contributions to the former Yugoslavia’s shared public funds were being squandered by less developed republics and corrupt government spending. Is something similar happening in Europe today? If so, can we draw some lessons from the past that might help the future of the common European project?
PARTICIPANTS: Aleš Debeljak (Professor of Cultural Studies, University of Ljubljana), Anton Pelinka (Professor of Political Science, Central European University, Budapest, IFK_Guest of the Director)
Podium in Englischer Sprache
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