The Balkan Match Ball?

Friday, 13th October 2017 —  2.30 – 3.30 pm

Panel discussion (German / English)

The countries of South-Eastern Europe are under a massive political, economic and religious influence from the EU, Russia, China, America and the Arab states. International conflicts of interest are played out in the Balkan “stadium”. To what extent will the Balkan countries be able to remain sovereign, and what perspectives will they adopt to utilise their historical routine of fashioning something new out of a crisis?
 

The Balkan Match Ball?

  • Panel discussion (German / English)
      2.30 – 3.30 PM

    Participants:
    Branko Soban (Slovenia), journalist, long-term correspondent from Russia, the Near East and Far East, EU correspondent for the Slovenian newspaper Delo

    Vladimir Pistalo (Serbia / USA), author and journalist, lecturer in world history and North American history in Massachusetts

    Marie-Janine Calic (Germany), Professor of Eastern and Southern European history, author of “Südosteuropa. Weltgeschichte einer Region”, C.H. Beck, 2016

    Chaired by:
    Ulrich Ladurner (Germany), editor and correspondent for DIE ZEIT, based in Brussels since September 2016


    Cooperation: TRADUKI, Slovenian Book Agency (JAK)


    Location:  Salon Weltempfang, Hall 3.1, Stand L25