Klaus-Jürgen Nagel to discuss roadmaps towards self-determination in Europe

News / 22.1.14

Next Friday 14 February 2014 professor Klaus-Jurgen Nagel will discuss different roadmaps towards self-determination in Europe in the framework of a Centre Maurits Coppieters Dinner-debate.

Nagel is professor of Political Science at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. Previously he has also been assigned to Universität Bielefeld (history department) and Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main (social sciences department) in Germany. His research interests include political theory (nationalism, federalism) and comparative politics (nationalist parties and movements, European Integration).

Amongst other important publications, he has recently published Federalism beyond federations. Asymmetry and processes of resymmetrisation in Europe together with Professor Ferran Requejo and Between independence in Europe, a Europe with a Hundred Flags, and a Europe of or with the Regions. Conceptualizing the Relations between stateless Nations and European Integration in Western Europe.

He will be the keynote speaker at the Coppieters Dinner-Debate. There, he will address the prospects for the different roadmaps towards self-determination in Europe. Special attention will be given to those cases having reached significant progress in their pursuit for self-determination.

Attendees are welcome to raise points, comments and questions around these topics during the dinner


When: Friday 14 February 2014 at 20:00

Where: Restaurant Hotel NH Obradoiro. Avenida Burgo das Nacions s/n. 15705 Santiago de Compostela

Event will be carried out in English; no interpretation provided.

Please note that the dinner debate will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

Seats are limited. Do you plan to attend? Please RSVP to info@cmc-foundation.eu
Note that a 35 EUR participation fee will be required.

Media inquiries can be addressed to info@cmc-foundation.eu
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This Conference is financially supported by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not liable for the content of the conference nor the opinions of the speakers.