- MFJMCE Conversations on Europe: Assessing Democratic Backsliding in Poland and Hungary
MFJMCE Conversations on Europe: Assessing Democratic Backsliding in Poland and Hungary
|Venue:||FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156|
For the fourth installment of Conversations on Europe for 2019-2020 academic year, please join us for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion of Assessing Democratic Backsliding in Poland and Hungary.
Although Poland and Hungary transitioned to democracy nearly 30 years ago, there is now increasing evidence that the actions of their leaders are working to erode democracy in their respective countries. What is motivating this erosion of liberal democracy? What are the implications of these actions for democracy in these countries and in the region more generally? What is the role of the European Union in preventing democratic backsliding in two of its Member states?
- Iza Ding, University of Pittsburgh
- Zsolt Enyedi, Central European University
- Milada Vachudova, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Anna Gryzmala-Busse, Standford University
Moderator: Jae-Jae Spoon, University of Pittsburgh
At FIU, the video conference will be held in the Green Library Resource Center - GL 156
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Hosted by the European Studies Center, a Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh
Co-sponsors · UCIS · European Union Center at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign · Center for European Studies at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill · Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at Florida International University
Funded in part by the European Union