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8th Jean Monnet Summer School in European Integration

8th Jean Monnet Summer School in European Integration


Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence

University of Limerick

Ireland



"NEW DIRECTIONS FOR A NEW EUROPE IN A NEW NEIGHBOURHOOD"

9-29 June 2005



Applications are invited for the remaining vacancies on the 8th Jean Monnet Summer School at the University of Limerick

This year the Summer School assesses the EU25 one year after enlargement and looks beyond its borders to the "new neighbourhood" to the east and south: the Mediterranean; the Middle East, the Balkans, eastern Europe and central Asia.

Among key themes being addressed are:

Economic convergence between the EU15 and the 10 new member states

"Euroscepticism" in the "new Europe" and the fate of the Constitution

The new security agenda and EU-US relations after Iraq

The Middle East peace process

The Barcelona Process

EU-Iran relations

EU-Russia; Ukraine; Belarus

The EU in Trans-Dniester's "frozen conflict"

The role of the EU in the Caucasus region and beyond

The "Europeanisation" of the Western Balkans

Turkey's EU membership negotiations



Registration fee ($695*/euro695) covers 25 seminars, bed and breakfast,three excursions, teaching materials, library and internet access.

*The $ fee represents a signifcant discount on the normal fee of euro695.



Deadline for applications: 20 May 2005



For further details and application form, contact:

Prof. Edward Moxon-Browne

Director, Centre for European Studies

University of Limerick

LIMERICK

Ireland

or visit the summer school website at

http://www.ul.ie/~ceuros/summerschool
or:

email: edward.moxon-browne@ul.ie
or: eduardo@mobileemail@vodafone.ie
phone +353 61 202202

or +353 87 2615515