- 26-28 May 2021 – Assessing the EU’s Capacity to Act
- 16-18 May 2018 – Protecting and Projecting Europe
- 11-13 May 2016 – The European Union in International Affairs 2016
- 22-24 May 2014 – The European Union in International Affairs 2014
- 03-05 May 2012 – The European Union in International Affairs 2012
- 22-24 April 2010 – The European Union in International Affairs 2010
- 24-26 April 2008 – The European Union in International Affairs 2008
#EUIA21: Opening Ceremony/Keynote by Margrethe Vestager
This video features the Opening Ceremony for the seventh edition of the EUIA conference. The conference was formally opened by Florian Trauner, the #EUIA21 Conference Chair. The opening keynote was provided by Ms. Margrethe Vestager, the Executive Vice President of the European Commission in charge of the political priority ‘Europe Fit for the Digital Age'. She outlines the EU’s international capacity to act in areas such as the regulation of artificial intelligence or competition. Ms Vestager was introduced by Mr. Karel de Gucht, President of the VUB’s Brussels School of Governance and former EU Trade Commissioner.
#EUIA21 Panel: The EU and the UN: Shared Challenges, Same Vision?
This video covers the policy link panel on EU-UN relations which took place on 26 May 2021. The chair/moderator was Philippe de Lombaerde (Director of the United Nations University UNU-CRIS, a #EUIA21 organising institute). The panelists were Veronika Boskovic Pohar (Political and Security Committee); Barbara Pesce-Monteiro (UN Secretary-General’s Representative towards the EU); Felix Fernandez-Shaw (Directorate General INTPA); and Mario Telo (ULB). The panelists exchanged views on various aspects of the EU-UN interactions and reflected upon their future perspectives.
#EUIA21 Panel: Charm or Chasm - How Europe Can Deal with China
Can one conclude an investment agreement with China and adopt human rights sanctions against it at the same time? For the EU, is China still a partner, competitor and rival all at once? This video shows the EUIA policy link panel on Chinese-European relations which took place on 26 May 2021. The chair/moderator was Sven Biscop (Egmont Institute, a #EUIA21 organising institute). He engaged with Eva Gross (European External Action Service); Roberto Zadra (NATO); Luis Simon (Brussels School of Governance, VUB); and Tobias Gehrke (Egmont Institute).