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The Future of Integration in Europe and Beyond

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Brexit rocked global markets, prompted British Prime Minister David Cameron’s hasty resignation, and cast serious doubts about the European Union’s stability. And still the greatest economic and political consequences of the UK’s referendum to leave the EU remain unknown.

Columbia Law School in association with the Italian Academy will host this conference featuring foreign diplomats, leading scholars, and noted foreign policy practitioners examining the continent’s integration prospects in light of, but not limited to, the UK referendum.

Panelists will address such issues as European integration post-Brexit, the political challenges of economic integration, and the impact disintegration could have on global business.

Full schedule here.

Speakers:
John Authers (TBC), Senior Investment Commentator, Financial Times
Armando Varricchio, Ambassador, Italian Embassy to the United States
Sir John Vickers, Professor, Oxford University
Joseph Weiler, Professor, NYU Law School
Paul Craig, Professor, Oxford University
Mark Leonard, Director, European Council on Foreign Relations
Andrew Moravcsik, Professor, Princeton University
Constanze Stelzenmüller, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Christopher Bates, Partner, Clifford Chance (London)
Leonard Ng, Partner, Sidley (London)
Kristen Silverberg, Managing Director, Institute of International Finance, and former US Ambassador to the European Union

The registration is now closed. Please join us, even if you cannot register. Walk-ins will be accommodated as we gauge seat availability.

RSVP:

General Public: RSVP link here. The conference is free and open to the public, but registration is recommended.

Media must RSVP to publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu no later than noon on Sept. 9. An earlier response is appreciated. Press credentials will be required.

Media Contact: Public Affairs, 212-854-2650; publicaffairs@law.columbia.edu

Event Date 
Thu, Sep 15, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:15 pm

The registration is now closed. Please join us, even if you cannot register.
Walk-ins will be accommodated as we gauge seat availability.

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