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'What Does Europe Want? The Union and its Discontents' (discussion)

Istros Books and Philosophy Now present a special event to launch the new book of essays on the EU, co-authored by the infamous Slavoj Žižek and Croatian philosopher, Srecko Horvat
'What Does Europe Want? The Union and its Discontents'
(foreword by Alexis Tsipras and is endorsed by Oliver Stone and Yanis Varoufakis).

A discussion between Srecko Horvat (the co-author) and Costas Douzinas, Professor of Law and Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities on the main ideas and themes of thebook.
Thursday, 31st October - 18:00-19:30Conway Hall - Library (1st floor)

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  • Emerson R.

    Sorry guys but I have got another commitment but the subject is really interesting. I hope it comes round again in the future.

    October 29, 2013

  • David S.

    There are strong arguements both ways.
    The EU is taking away decision making from West Minster to Brussels.
    The Poles have an almost automatic right to settle in the UK as Poland is in the EU.
    Russians do not and I know a Russian found it hard to get the right to stay in the UK as Russia is not in the EU. That is not really fair.

    On the other hand the EU makes many European Countries cooperate as I learned on my East European Cruise.
    If Scotland split up from England.
    Scotland would no doubt join the EU so would have to cooperate with England through the EU.
    David Shamash.

    October 26, 2013

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