Becoming an EU Member III


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“It should be a peaceful competition, but competition it will be.”

In the third part of “Becoming an EU Member,” we are now focusing on the future perspectives, opportunities, and challenges in the region.

Last week, Sebastian Schäffer discussed with the two European enlargement specialists, Katalin-Tünde Huber, and Ambassador Klaus Wölfer, about the potential accession of the Southeast European countries to the EU. Leaving off with the challenges for the society that enlargement brings with itself, we start this episode with the importance of cultural reform within the EU and its next steps.

Which are the future challenges regarding European accession in the region? What could be the future scenarios? Which benefits does the European enlargement bring for the EU?

Find your answers in CEE - Central Europe Explain - with:

  • Katalin-Tünde Huber, Head of Unit "EU Enlargement" at the Ministry for Europe and International Affairs
  • Ambassador Klaus Wölfer, Head of Department Southeast Europe and EU Enlargement Special Representative for the Western Balkans Federal Ministry for Europe and International Affairs; member of the board here at IDM
  • Sebastian Schäffer, Managing Director at IDM

Production: Emma Hontebeyrie

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