Academic program

July 15th - July 25th 2017


European Summer School 2017 will focus on the elements that are in one way or another challenging the status quo of the European Union or require looser cooperation of the member states in the future. We will cover 3 main areas:

  • Driving ideas – Euroscepticism, populism, solidarity, supranationalism versus intergovernmentalism, extremism
  • Actors – Visegrad group (esp. Hungary and Poland), United Kingdom, national populists in various Member States (French Front National, Dutch Party for Freedom, German Alternative für Deutschland etc.)
  • Policies – security and defence policy, external relations, energy and climate policy, internal market
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