Euro, Greece, refugees: How much internal pressure can the European Union withstand in view of the permanent crises? What has become of the “European idea” in times of increasing globalization? Is Europe a broken puzzle, some of the pieces of which have been lost? These questions will be covered by the 20th Karlsruhe Dialogues “NationEUrope: The Polarized Solidarity Community” from February 19 to 21. The event is conceived and organized by ZAK | Center for Cultural and General Studies of KIT.
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