20 March 2023
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In the coming years, European conflict will test the European Union’s ability to push back against anti-democratic forces
As Russia’s war in Ukraine continues, global pressure points — ranging from environmental and health to digital and demographic issues — are converging. Autocratic and democratic governments are locked in a global power struggle, throwing Europe into an uncertain future.
The EU will need to renew its efforts to maintain the world order and its strategic autonomy without supporting the aims of anti-American isolationists.
This event (available to Visegrad Insight subscribers who register) will showcase the outcomes of the strategic foresight exercise conducted by a project consortium at Visegrad Insight, resulting in the report titled “War and the Future of Europe“.
The report presents four different scenarios in the context of the aftermath of Russia’s war in Ukraine. It stems from 12 months of interactive workshops with a broad base of civil society leaders, primarily from the CEE, to encourage transnational debate on the EU’s future. It has been prepared in conjunction with the Conference on the Future of Europe and has considered the war’s impact.
Comments and a discussion led by Dr Dimitar Bechev and Prof Lenka Buštíková.
This event is jointly organised by Russian and East European Studies (University of Oxford), the European Studies Centre (St Antony’s College, Oxford) and the Visegrad Insight Team.
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