Marymount Talks is a series of cultural and education-related discussions that are led by eminent authors and guest speakers in a variety of fields. A 45-minute talk will be followed by an aperitivo and discussion.
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Marymount Talks, Tuesday March 12th at 5:00 pm
Our next Marymount Talks event features guest speaker Sébastien Maillard on 'The Future of the European Union'.
Mr. Maillard will address the fate of the European Union project in the face of internal and external threats. In particular, he will focus on the implications of Brexit, the relationship between Italy and the EU and the changing relationship between America, Russia and Europe. The timing of the talk is apposite, with the upcoming EU elections in May, the fallout from the UK's exit and the ongoing repercussions of migration into the continent.
Sébastien Maillard is the Director of the Jacques Delors Institute, a think tank founded by Jacques Delors in 1966, focussed on issues affecting Europe and the European Union project. Mr Maillard was a journalist at La Croix, where he recently covered the campaign of Emmanuel Macron. Previously correspondent in Brussels and then in Rome, he is a specialist on European affairs and taught at Sciences Po (Paris) and Boston College. He is the co-author of Faire l’Europe dans un monde de brutes with the President of the Jacques Delors Institute, Enrico Letta, previous Prime Minister of Italy.
The talk will be followed by an aperitivo and discussion.