The Euro Crisis and its Implications for European Institutions
Public Seminars 2010-11
Charles Grant (Centre for European Reform)
Date and Time: Wednesday 13 June, 6.00pm
Venue: Council Room, The Constitution Unit
The euro crisis has led not only to new EU treaties, but also to profound power shifts among various member-states and the EU institutions. The European Commission has never been so weak, while Germany has never been so strong.
Co-founder and director of the Centre for European Reform Charles Grant discusses the implications of the ongoing crisis for the way European institutions operate. He is a former Brussels correspondent for the Economist and the author of many publications on the EU, as well as a former director of the British Council.
This event was co-hosted with the UCL European Institute