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Diplomatie Tranquille et représentation plurielle (Laurence Badel et Federica Mogherini)

Season 2, Ep. 2

Le programme d'études européennes générales vous accueille pour un nouvel épisode de son cycle de conférence "Global Europe in the new real millenium", un cycle de conférence de trois ans mis en place par Didier Georgakakis, coordinateur du programme, où des intellectuels européens viennent présenter leur idées et nous éclairer sur le futur de l'Europe dans une ère post-Covid. Pour ce second épisode, nous avons accueilli deux invitées de choix : Laurence Badel, Professeure d'histoire à Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne et Federica Mogherini, rectrice du Collège d'Europe.

 

Pendant cette conversation intitulée "Diplomatie Tranquille et représentation plurielle", Laurence Badel, autrice d'un livre remarqué et remarquable sur les diplomatie européenne. nous éclairera sur cette histoire longue de la diplomatie en Europe et nous donnera un regard sur son état actuelle. Federica Mogherini nous apportera de son côté sa vision de praticienne de haut niveau à la fois comme ancienne ministre des affaires étrangères en Italie et comme Haut représentante et vice Présidente de la Commission.

 

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