08 November 2006

Free Big-Name Political Event In Prague - This Small Name Will Be There

An event on the future of the European Union hosted by

The Center for Economics and Politics (CZ)
The European Foundation (UK) &
The Foundation for Economic Education (USA)

The Future of the European Union - Where do we go now?

Monday, 13th November 2006 at the Hotel Intercontinental Praha 1
from 2:00pm to 8:15pm

14:30 – 14:40 Welcome Address from President Václav Klaus
14:40 – 15:10 Keynote speech by Jan Zahradil MEP
15:10 – 16:40 Panel 1: Foreign Affairs
Speakers: Professor John Gillingham (USA), Lord David Howell (UK)
16:40 – 17:00 coffee break
17:00 – 18:30 Panel 2: Democracy & Accountability
Speakers: Bill Cash MP (UK), Karl-Albrecht Schachtschneider (Germany), Alain Bournazel (France)
18:30 - 18:45 coffee break
18:45 – 20:15 Panel 3: Economic Realities
Speakers: Ronald Stewart-Brown (UK), Richard Ebeling (USA), Wilhelm Hankel (Germany)

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NB - Zahradil is the head of the ODS group of Czech MEPs. He did a conference speech at Tory conference. It wasn't a highlight.

3 comments:

newmania said...

Did you delete something which had a dodgy eugenic theory about assosrtive dating ( or mating). I enjoyed that . It was you wasn`t it? having already been incomprehensible once I mention this some trepidation..
Ahem personally I would like you to get backto your usual topics which i was just starting to enjoy.

Each to their own as you say

Praguetory said...

Mothballed a few posts. They will be back with original comments. Assortative mating was mentioned. Wikipedia tiptoes around the subject of assortative mating/dating even though it manifestly occurs.

To be honest I'm looking forward to get back to the usual stuff (I've got a big backlog) but I've got a lot on my plate at the moment and I want the DD thing to pan out well. Nice to have you popping by anyway, Newmania.

newmania said...

Yes it does , but this has no implications whatsoever IMHO.I think you have to be very careful with this sort of thing for reasons I (pompously) posted .

Cheerio.