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Conference Report











Europe’s Strategic Choices Building Prosperity and Security
17 – 19 October 2014, Ritz Carlton, Berlin

The views expressed in this document are the sole responsibility of the speaker(s) and participants do not necessarily reflect the view of Chatham House, its staff, associates or Council. Chatham House is independent and owes no allegiance to any government or to any political body. It does not take institutional positions on policy issues. This document is issued on the understanding that if any extract is used, the author(s)/ speaker(s) and Chatham House should be credited, preferably with the date of the publication or details of the event. Where this document refers to or reports statements made by speakers at an event every effort has been made to provide a fair representation of their views and opinions. The published text of speeches and presentations may differ from delivery.




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c:\users\okeeffec\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files\content.outlook\nm8nyt3p\logo_final_uêbereinander4.jpgCONFERENCE PROGRAMME



Friday 17 October


1300–1415 Registration and lunch

Welcome
1415–1420

Professor Dr Joachim Krause, Director, Institute for Security Policy, University of Kiel
Dr Robin Niblett,
Director, Chatham House

Keynote speech
1420–1500

Peter Altmaier, Head of the German Federal Chancellery and Federal Minister for Special Tasks
Chair: Professor Dr Joachim Krause, Director, Institute for Security Policy, University of Kiel

Opening remarks


1500—1505

Dr Dietmar Woidke, Prime Minister, Federal State of Brandenburg

Plenary Session One | Ensuring Europe’s Future Competitiveness


1505–1620

  • What lessons can the least productive European countries learn from those that are most productive?

  • Can a Europe-wide balance be struck between export-led growth and growth driven by consumer spending?

  • How can governments keep their electorates onside while implementing necessary structural reforms?

  • Financing the recovery: how can investment be boosted to ensure business has access to finance?

  • To what extent should governments involve themselves in industrial policy? Should their role be limited to large infrastructure projects?

Philipp Miβfelder, Member of the German Bundestag and Foreign Policy Spokesman of the CDU/CSU Parliamentary Group
Jean Pisani-Ferry, Commissioner-General for Policy Planning, France Stratégie, Services of the Prime Minister
Katherina Reiche MP, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany
Moderator: Quentin Peel, Mercator Senior Fellow, Europe, Chatham House

1620–1640 Refreshments



Plenary Session Two | Defining Europe’s Global Role and Agenda
1640–1800

What are the threats that Europe now faces? To what extent do these come from within?

To what extent can Europe sustain a coherent joint foreign policy? How can it balance competing international priorities among member states?

With military spending and consequently military capabilities under pressure, how does Europe envisage its future global role? Is soft power possible without hard power?



Franco Frattini, President, Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI)
François Heisbourg, Chairman, International Institute for Strategic Studies
Dr Norbert Röttgen, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, German Bundestag Moderator: Dr Robin Niblett, Director, Chatham House

Keynote conversation


1800–1830

Dr Markus Ederer, State Secretary, Federal Foreign Office, Germany
Moderator: Dr Robin Niblett, Director, Chatham House

Drinks reception

1900–2000 Hosted by the British Embassy in Berlin


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