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Europe is caught midstream. More than ever before, it needs all its energy, all its ideas to create new synergies, identify new paths of innovation, to reconcile the realties of market economics with the protection of its social model, and to reinvest the field of politics and social cohesion, too often abandoned by the public. Thanks to the proliferation of think tanks in Brussels, there is a rich matrix of projects and critical thinking feeding into and sustaining the public debate on the future of the European Union and its relations with the world. BOZAR and the Association of European Journalists have joined forces to give them the floor. Don’t miss these monthly meetings in the course of which civil society can once more regain control of its destiny.

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