At a decisive moment for Europe, Portucalense University organizes the conference “A New European Order?”, on November 30th, at 3.30 pm, in the Aula Magna.
Guest speakers are Martin Pohl, ambassador of the Czech Republic in Portugal, and António Martins da Cruz, former ambassador and former Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Recently, Emmanuel Macron, president of France, defended the creation of a new “European political community”, broader than the European Union (EU), which would strengthen cooperation in the European space.
Emmanuel Macron and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, also defended the end of unanimity in EU decisions on Security and Defense, Foreign Policy or Health, which will imply a revision of the treaties.
What could this proposal mean for the future of Europe and for the EU’s role in the world?
The Conference will be opened by the Dean of the Portucalense University, Fernando Ramos, by the Director of the Department of Law, Maria Manuela Magalhães and by the coordinator of the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in International Relations, André Pereira Matos, and will be moderated by Professor Pedro Ponte e Sousa.
The Conference “A New European Order?” is an integrated activity in the European Studies course of the bachelor’s degree in International Relations.