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Maastricht 30 years on – lessons learnt?
Thirty years ago, Maastricht Treaty was signed by the then twelve members of the European Community. The Treaty created today’s ‘European Union’ and represented the biggest single transformative text on European integration since the Treaty of Rome in 1958. It provided for a single currency, a common foreign and security policy, closer cooperation in justice and home affairs, and institutional reforms. Now, with 14 new members having joined and one having left, what lessons are to be drawn for the EU from the ideals and instruments of this seminal moment? What went right and what went wrong?

Speakers: Professor Kevin Featherstone, Professor in European Politics at the LSE European Institute; Professor N. Piers Ludlow, Head of the LSE Department of International History; Professor Dame Helen Wallace, previously Centennial Professor at the LSE European Institute.

Chair: Professor Yaprak Gürsoy, Chair of Contemporary Turkish Studies at the LSE European Institute.

Hosted by the LSE European Institute.

The LSE European Institute (@LSEEI) is a centre for research and graduate teaching on the processes of integration and fragmentation within Europe. In the most recent national Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) the Institute was ranked first for research in its sector.

This year the LSE European Institute is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. The European Institute has been at the forefront of study and research on Europe for three decades and will be running a series of special events to mark the occasion.

The hashtag for this event is #LSEEI30

Nov 10, 2021 05:30 PM in London

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