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Brexit the Challenge - the Return of Nationalisms and the German Question

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Council Room (Strand Campus) k2.29

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King’s College London Italian Society, in partnership with the Embassy of Italy to the UK, is delighted to invite you to a conversation with Italian MP Daniele Capezzone and Mr. Federico Punzi, journalist at Radio Radicale. Capezzone and Punzi come to London to present their book ‘Brexit – the Challenge’. In their endeavour, they try to re-evaluate the Brexit prospects from a different perspective, suggesting its possible widespread repercussions on the fostering of nationalisms and the re-emergence of the German question in Europe. Nevertheless, the event will revolve around a more fluid and interactive panel discussion, chaired by the Deputy head of mission of the Embassy of Italy, Mr. Vincenzo Celeste. Joining the panel, besides the two authors, will be Professor Leila Simona Talani, Professor of International Political Economy at King’s and Jean Monnet Chair of European Political Economy. Professor Talani was also awarded a visiting Professorship at the Kennedy School of Government of the University of Harvard from next January. Dr Edoardo Bressanelli will also be joining the panel. He is senior lecturer in European studies, and convener of the module ‘Italian Politics’. The event is organised by King's College London Italian Society in partnership with the Embassy of Italy, and has received the patronage of the Jean Monnet Centre. The discussion and Q&A will be followed by a drinks reception.

Participation to the event is free of charge but a ticket is required, as places are limited.

The event will take place on the 11h of December from 7pm in the Council Room (K 2.29), Strand Campus, King’s College London Strand, London WC2R 2LS.

[The event is held entirely in English]

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