Social Europe Talk 4: Germany – Europe’s Reluctant Hegemon? Social Europe regularly records its discussion programme Social Europe Talk (SET) in the European Parliament in Brussels. You can find our most recent episodes below.
Germany – Europe’s Reluctant Hegemon?
The fourth installment of Social Europe Talk from the European Parliament in Brussels discussed the question: “Germany – Europe’s Reluctant Hegemon?” Social Europe Editor-in-Chief Henning Meyer is joined by the MEPs Pervenche Berès (France), Javi Lopez (Spain) and Tanja Fajon (Slovenia) as well as the director of the Brussels office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Uwe Optenhögel.
Where Now For European Democracy?
European Democracy is under pressure from a variety of crises such as the Eurozone crisis, the refugee crisis and threats such as Brexit. In the 3rd episode of Social Europe Talk from the European Parliament in Brussels, MEPs Ska Keller and Javi Lopez as well as Sophie Heine (Egmont Institute) and Uwe Optenhögel (Friedrich Ebert Stiftung) discuss these problems with Social Europe Editor-in-Chief Henning Meyer.
Britain In Europe After The 2015 General Election – Are We Heading For Brexit?
In this episode of Social Europe Talk our expert panel disucsses the position of Britain in Europe after the 2015 general election and debates whether we are now heading towards Brexit. Social Europe Editor-in-Chief Henning Meyer was joined by Richard Corbett MEP, former UK Europe minister Denis McShane and Armindo Silva, an expert on social legislation and former Director at the European Commission.
Where Now For Greece And The Eurozone?
In this first episode of Social Europe Talk economists James K. Galbraith and David Lizoain as well as Maria Joao Rodrigues, the Vice-President of the S&D Group in the European Parliament, join Social Europe Editor-in-Chief Henning Meyer to discuss ‘Where now for Greece and the Eurozone?’