On June 2, the Center on the United States and Europe (CUSE) at Brookings and the Heinrich Böll Foundation hosted experts and top officials from both sides of the Atlantic for the 2010 CUSE Annual Conference entitled From the Lisbon Treaty to the Eurozone Crisis: A New Beginning or the Unraveling of Europe?’. ELIAMEP President of the Board of Directors, Professor Loukas Tsoukalis, was one of the participants in the third panel, ‘The End of Europe? The Impact of the Crisis on European Integration’.

Participants in the same panel were Ralf Fuecks, Co-President, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Andrew Moravcsik, Professor and Director, European Union Program, Princeton University, Scheherazade Rehman, Professor and Director of EU Research Center, George Washington University. Justin Vaïsse, Senior Fellow and Director of Research, Center on the United States and Europe was the moderator of the panel.

The conference took place on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 (9:30am to 3:00pm – local time) in the Brookings Institution, Washington, DC and included three panels: 1) The Beginning of Europe? Transatlantic Relations in a Post-Lisbon Treaty Era, 2) The Borders of Europe? Dealing with Unincorporated Neighbors, 3) The End of Europe? The Impact of the Crisis on European Integration.

See the programme.