The French President Emmanuel Macron has proposed several major reforms to consolidate the EU and better prepare it for the future. Yet the window of opportunity to agree EU reforms concerning the EMU,
migration and security might not be open for very long. The next European Parliament elections are only one year away, and the focus of the EU and its member states have shifted to next multi-annual financial
framework and foreign affairs, including trade. Is the EMU stormproof? What are the possibilities to lower the political dividing lines over migration? What should be the next steps in the field of EU’s defense
efforts? On the other hand, what would be the cost of the status quo?
This seminar is part of the series of events aiming to advace discussion on the future of the EU with citizens and key stake holders (#munEU).