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Politics and European identity

Special Seminar series on Ukraine and Europe

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When

01 June 2022

12:30 - 14:00 CEST

Where

Sala Europa, Villa Schifanoia

and Zoom

Join Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks who will discuss how we need to adapt our theoretical lenses to better assess the implications of Ukraine for the course of European integration, and Hanspeter Kriesi who will provide an empirical assessment of the EU’s role and one’s own country’s role in the Ukraine crisis.
How should the Ukraine war and more generally, geopolitics, shape our understanding of European integration? Liberal institutionalism, neofunctionalism, and postfunctionalism have in common that they ignore heavy international conflict. Neorealism ignores domestic politics. How, in short, do we need to adapt our theoretical lenses to better assess the implications of Ukraine for the course of European integration and the nature of political competition? This session will discuss the above questions, as well as providing an initial assessment of public opinion preferences on the EU’s role and one’s own country’s role in the Ukraine crisis, and on the refugee policy in particular. This part will be based on original survey data from five EU countries (Germany, France, Italy, Poland and Hungary).

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