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Event

Big Three or Duopoly? Germany, France and Britain in Europe

Thursday 24 January 2013 18:30 to 19:30 GMT

Location

Chatham House, London

Participants

Ulrike Guérot, Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations, Berlin
Anand Menon, Associate Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House; Professor, European Politics and Foreign Affairs, King's College London
Dominique Moïsi, Co-Founder and Senior Advisor, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI); Visiting Professor, King's College London
Chair: Maurice Fraser, Associate Fellow, Europe Programme, Chatham House; Professor of Practice in European Politics, London School of Economics 


Type: Members Events

In January 1963, German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French President Charles de Gaulle signed the Élysée Treaty, laying the groundwork for Franco-German cooperation that would be the driving force of European integration. The speakers will discuss the relevance of the treaty 50 years on, the role of the Franco-German partnership in defining the EU's future and British perspectives on Europe's central relationship.

This event is organized in association with the French and German Embassies in London to mark the 50th anniversary of the Élysée Treaty.

The event will be followed by a drinks reception.

LIVE STREAM: This event will be live streamed for members only. The live stream will be made available here at 18:30 GMT on Thursday 24 January.

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Big Three or Duopoly? Germany, France and Britain in Europe

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