Commentary: France, Germany and future of Europe
By Sergio Fabbrini in Rome
Europe continues to be prisoner to a concept of sovereignty developed for its past. Setting European sovereignty against national sovereignty is a mistake that would come at a high price. In the middle are France and Germany. Both are aware that the EU must decide, after the forthcoming elections to the European Parliament, how to face up to the threat of disaggregation. The EU needs institutional capacity-building in the centre, but it also needs member states with their own institutional strength. A new world requires new ideas.
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Tuesday 7 May, Seoul, and 9-10 May, Tokyo
The Japan Korea Week, organised by Infrastructure Investor and supported by OMFIF, is your chance to connect with more than 300 LPs across two industry-leading events. The Tokyo and Seoul Summits are planned in the same week to create an efficient way to fundraise across Asia’s two largest and most active investor bases. Year-on-year LP attendees include Japan Post Insurance, Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund, Japan Post Bank, NPS, KIC, POBA, and many more.