Europe's Greek Crisis: Hang Together or Hang Separately? Perspectives on the Future of the Eurozone
Seminar in Brussels
The Eurozone has been in crisis ever since 2008, but the critical events surrounding the Greek situation last summer reached new levels of divisions and misunderstandings. As many continue to insist, the compromise found is not a sustainable solution - neither for Greece, nor for the Eurozone, considering its structural shortcomings.
Against this backdrop, this seminar will take a closer look at the different actors’ intentions and what it means for the future of the Eurozone: Are the reforms undertaken by the Greek government likely to put the country’s economy back on track and how will EU countries react? What visions for the future of the Eurozone have been competing against each other across the EU, and what room is there for compromise?
A conference organized by
Comité d’études des relations franco-allemandes (Cerfa)
in cooperation with
17h30 Opening remarks
Hans STARK, Secretary General of Cerfa, Ifri
Vivien PERTUSOT, Head of Ifri Brussels
George TZOGOPOULOS, Research Fellow at ELIAMEP and CIFE
Eric BONSE, Senior EU Correspondent
The seminar will be held in English with simultaneous translation in French
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