27 June 2008
ESI in Hannover: Kosovo's economic perspectives through EU integration

ESI Senior Analyst Eggert Hardten was invited to a symposium on Kosovo at the Jean Monet Forum of Excellence at Leibniz University in Hannover (Germany). Among others, Arben Hajrullahu (Political institute of Prishtina University), Thomas Feltes (Professor for Criminal Sciences at Ruhr-University Bochum) and Chad S. Peterson (U.S. Transatlantic Diplomatic Fellow with the German Foreign Office) joined the event under the title "Kosovo – Independent into Dependency" ("Kosovo - Unabhängig in die Abhängigkeit").

Eggert spoke on "Kosovo's economic perspectives through EU integration" and discussed his contribution with Jens Narten (Centre for OSCE Research in Hamburg) and the audience.

Eggert Hardten
Eggert Hardten
View of the podium
View of the podium
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