- Sophia Besch, Research Fellow, Centre for European Reform
- Zdzisław Krasnodębski, Member of the European Parliament
- Martin Michelot, Deputy Director, EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy
- Wawrzyniec Smoczyński, Managing Director, Polityka Insight
- Bruce Stokes, Director Global Economic Attitudes, Pew Research Center
- Michał Baranowski, Director, Warsaw Office, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
A year after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, Europeans are reassessing their own views of the EU - do they want to remain in the Union, do they want their own vote on membership, and what powers do they want to reclaim from Brussels. This year the Pew Research Center surveyed citizens of 10 EU nations to collect current views relating to post-Brexit developments, including trend views of the EU, assessments of EU policies and current challenges, as well as power relations within the EU. In addition, Pew has asked people for their view of NATO, their commitment to collective defense, and whether they continue to trust the United States to come to their aid in a conflict. Following a presentation of the survey's findings, the panel will discuss the data and give an outlook on what can be expected in the upcoming months and years.
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