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Thinking About the Pandemic

A Conversation with Ivan Krastev and Jordi Vaquer

Europe after the Pandemic

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The political scientist Ivan Krastev, chairman of the Centre of Liberal Strategies in Sofia and Permanent Fellow of the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM), and the political analyst and co-director of the Open Society Initiative for Europe, Jordi Vaquer, will discuss the future of Europe after the COVID-19 crisis.

The economic and political turbulence unleashed by COVID-19 foreshadows the latest and probably the most far-reaching in a series of crises that have undermined the process of European integration. Beyond the immediate management of the health crisis and the economic calamity, what consequences might this pandemic have for Europe, its unity, and its political, economic, and social models? Can we start to glimpse who the long-term winners and losers will be, and what great changes we might expect?

This discussion has been prerecorded in order to guarantee its technical quality and to comply with the current restrictions of movement. It will be broadcast on the CCCB website.

This session has been programmed together with the  Institute for Human Sciences, the conference will be broadcasted through its website.

With the support of the Associació de Periodistes Europeus de Catalunya

Participants: Jordi Vaquer Fanés, Ivan Krastev

This activity is part of Thinking About the Pandemic

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Ivan Krastev and Jordi Vaquer

Europe after the Pandemic

The political scientist Ivan Krastev, chairman of the Centre of Liberal Strategies in Sofia, and the political analyst and co-director of the Open Society Initiative for Europe, Jordi Vaquer, will discuss the future of Europe after the COVID-19 crisis. The economic and political turbulence unleashed by COVID-19 foreshadows the latest and probably the most far-reaching in a series of crises that have undermined the process of European integration.

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