Lecture "System Error: the EU and the Rule of Law"
By Ulrike Reisner
Ulrike Reisner
Self-employed political analyst, lecturer & journalist, based in Vienna / Austria, political analyst with "Creative Diplomacy" (PICREADI)
Her academic background combines cultural and communications sciences on the one hand and political sciences including governance on the other. For more than 10 years she has been a lecturer in political sciences and regional development both for Bachelor and for Master Programmes at the University of Applied Sciences in Innsbruck, Austria. Her academic interest focuses on international politics and international political communications, with special emphasis on EU and Eastern European relations. For the past four years Ulrike Reisner has done independent research on EU elites' political rhetorics and media narratives concerning the Russian Federation.
Our regular contributor and political analyst Ulrike Reisner is coming to Moscow. On October 9th we are holding her lecture "System Error: the EU and the Rule of Law".

Currently, the EU neither has a democratic constitution comparable to a sovereign state nor does it provide a secure rule of law framework to its members. From today's perspective, it seems impossible to form a constitutional, democratically organised European constitutional state without a uniform constitutional understanding and will on the part of all EU Member States. However, the EU elite are increasingly putting forward values of the rule of law. The lecture will provide some insightful perspectives on this topic, including analyses of current examples.
The registration form is here.
The lecture starts at 4 pm. You will be additionally informed about the venue after filling in the registration form.