Sharaka Lecture on EU institutions and decision-making processes after the Lisbon Treaty held in Muscat and organised in cooperation with Tawasul
What is the impact of the financial and economic crisis on the process of institutional transformation of the European Union?
Can the European integration process, despite its difficulties and limitations, offer a model for deeper forms of cooperation and integration in other regions of the world?
The topic was debated in a lecture by Ettore Greco, Director, IAI, in Muscat on November 21st.
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The first series of Sharaka lectures was held in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Oman on 18-21 November 2012. The lectures addressed the ongoing process of institutional transformation of the European Union and its implications for the Union’s international relations. The aim of this outreach exercise is to have a dialogue with Gulf policy-makers, academics and civil society actors about the potentiality of the European integration process as a model for deeper forms of cooperation in other regions of the world.
- Doha, Georgetown University – School of Foreign Service in Qatar, 18.11. 2012
- Riyadh, GCC Secretariat, 20.11.2012
- Muscat, 21.11.2012