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The European Public Law Organization (EPLO)  is organizing an International Conference, to take place from the 18th to the 19th of April 2013.

The purpose of the Conference is to reflect on the approach, the osmosis and the interaction between East and West. It will also explore the main issues regarding the relations between these two worlds, the East and the West, during a crucial period of time, from the decline of the Roman Empire in the West, to the fall of Constantinople. 
 
The essential questions, which the Conference poses and is simultaneously called to answer, is whether the East and West, as heirs to a common Roman past, continue to share elements of that past at the level of the Law, civilization, religion, education, institutions and other, as well as what the contribution of the Eastern Roman Empire was to the formation of Europe.
 
The Conference will be held in English and French.

Several of the most evident experts

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Martin Aurell

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Maurice Aymard

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Jean-Claude Cheynet

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Nikolaos Chrissis

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Evangelos Chrysos

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Panayiotis Doukellis

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Maria Dourou-Eliopoulou

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Alain Dubreucq

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Sylvain Gouguenheim

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Nicolas Karapidakis

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Polymnia Katsoni

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Christian Lauranson-Rosaz

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Sophie Laws

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Charalampos Meletiadis

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Christine Mengès-Le Pape

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Philippe Nélidoff

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Antonios Pantelis

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Eleni Sakellariou

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Yves Sassier

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Nickiphoros Tsougarakis