Carleton’s Centre for European Studies and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation hosted an event recently on one of the most pressing issues of the day: Brexit.
Professor Joan DeBardeleben, cross-appointed to the Institute of European and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) and the Department of Political Science, put questions to Niels Annen, minister of state in the German Foreign Ministry about challenges facing the European Union (EU) in the coming months and years.
The event, titled Beyond Brexit: The Future of the European Union, allowed the pair to discuss EU sanctions on Russia, the rise of populist parties and the response to undemocratic tendencies in Poland and Hungary.
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