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'Policy or Panic? European Foreign Affairs Now!' - Panel Discussion

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On Friday 17 October 2014, the Cambridge European Society hosted a panel discussion entitled 'Policy or Panic? European Foreign Affairs Now!' at Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge. 2014 has been, and still is, a year of great diplomatic turmoil: Ukraine’s territorial integrity has been seriously questioned, the Israelo-Palestinian conflict has resumed, the civil war in Syria rages on and has spilled over into Irak, and migrants continue to drown in the Mediterranean. All of these are major concerns for the EU, not only because they take place at Europe's doorstep, but also because they are a challenge to the EU's diplomatic weight at a global level. These and other current issues were discussed by: - Dr Andrew Arsan (Lecturer in Modern Middle Eastern History, University of Cambridge), - Niamh Baker-Loughlin (Project for a Democratic Union - London Office), - Dr Federica Bicchi (Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations, London School of Economics), - Andrew Duff, OBE (former LibDem MEP for East Anglia). Moderator: Cristina Marconi (freelance journalist and writer) For more information on the Cambridge University European Society, see their Facebook page at

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