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Asian Economies: Regional and Global Relationships 
Europe in the Global Community: Economics, Diplomacy, and Security
21 Mar - 28 Mar, 2001
 Patient Safety and Medical Error

Faculty:
David Hannay (Co-Chair) - United Kingdom Special Representative for Cyprus; Former British Permanent Representative to the European Union and to the United Nations
John Richardson (Co-Chair)  
Philippe de Schoutheete - Former Belgian Permanent Representative to the European Union; Guest Professor, Institut d’Études Européenes, University of Louvain, Belgium
Richard Morningstar - United States Ambassador to the European Union, Brussels
Eva Nowotny - Director General for European Integration and Economic Affairs, Austrian Foreign Ministry, Vienna
Kazuo Nukazawa - Ambassador of Japan to Hungary, Budapest
R.Spencer Oliver  
Manfred Wegner  

Additional Session Support:
Michael Palliser (Resource Specialist)  
Hella Pick (Resource Specialist)  
Irmy Richardson (Resource Specialist)  

Abstract:
Is Europe now on its way to becoming a unified global player in economics, politics, and security? The origins of modern European cooperation occurred in the realm of economics, where it has now achieved its highest expression with the introduction of a common currency. Yet the emergence of the euro has not been without problems. This session will consider the state of the euro’s introduction, and explore what the reactions on the Continent and globally imply about the future of European cooperation in the realm of economics. Trade issues and Europe’s competitiveness in the global economy will also be examined under this rubric. If economics has been the strong suit of European unification, diplomacy and security have traditionally been among the weaker links. This session will also examine, then, on-going efforts to strengthen the ability of Europeans to act with one voice in matters of foreign affairs. Special attention will be given to prospects for a common defense policy and united security identity, and how NATO might influence these efforts. Running throughout will be attention to the impact of prospective European enlargement on all these questions. Ultimately, the purpose of the session -- the latest in the Seminar’s long-running series on European affairs -- is to examine how the entire mix of issues (economic and non-economic) works together to shape the future of Europe’s common identity and its role in the world. For more information, please contact admissions@salzburgseminar.org.

Session Faculty

John Richardson
 
Eva Nowotny

 


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