European Foreign Policy after the Lisbon Treaty
The European Roundtable 2011 addressed European Foreign Policy after the Lisbon Treaty. It brought together politicians from national parliaments as well as the European parliament, experts, academics and journalists to address current issues of concern and relevance to the European Union. With the Lisbon Treaty significant changes to the institutional structure of the EU have occurred, not least to its foreign and security policy. This is a summary from the roundtable’s five sessions.