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The ESC and the European Union Studies Association (EUSA) collaborated to explore how several crises – including financial, Brexit, migration, democratic backsliding, and public health – have shaped the European Union over the past decade.
Conversation on “Transatlantic Relations After the Trump Administration" with Federica Mogherini, Former High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (2014-2019) and Rector, College of Europe" - Event Organized by the European Union Studies Center, Graduate Center, the City University of New York, part of the Jean Monnet in the US series. #JMintheUS
In this second installment of our 'Creating Europe through' series, the focus is on the built environment. Our panelists discuss: How does the architecture of EU institutional buildings reflector express European ideas or identity?
Conference EU-Middle East Relations in a Changing World
This session is the third of the semester-long "Creating Europe through..." series highlighting different approaches to constructing a common European identity.
This roundtable analyzes how the EU’s conception of human rights informs its rights promotion efforts with regions outside of Europe.
During this 1st MEET EU European Expert Career Panels, distinguished European diplomats shared their experience and expertise on a career in European diplomacy.
In this final session in our Spring series on “Creating Europe through…” our panel of experts will focus on European-level cultural policy and and its impact on local and global cultural sectors.
This panel discusses the need for educational work components, such as life-long learning in rapidly changing fields, or European language learning, with participating European-focused language education professionals and faculty.
Horizon Europe, the European Union’s new research and innovation program, is the largest multinational research program in the world. Join us on May 27 to learn about Horizon Europe and the opportunities it offers to US researchers, innovators and institutions
U.S.-President Biden, European Commission President von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel used their Summit meeting in Brussels to advance an ambitious agenda on issues ranging from climate and health to economic recovery, trade and technology. A number of irritants linger, however, including differences over privacy and data flows to approaches to China and other countries.
A conversation with European Commission Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis
On the eve of the German Elections, Sept. 26, our panel of experts and Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Miami shared their insights and analyses on the German Federal elections after Chancelor Angela Merkel's 16 years of leadership and how it may impact on foreign and domestic policies.
On the eve of the German Federal Elections, our panel of experts weighed in on the various issues concerning German voters, the legacy of outgoing Chancellor Merkel, the potential impact of this election on the EU and Germany’s relationship with the U.S., and the significance of the Green Party mounting their first ever candidate for the Chancellorship.
Free Movement in the Time of COVID: The Economics and Ethics of Digital Vaccine Passports
Jean Monnet Center Distinguished Lecture - Gary Younge, Author, broadcaster, and editor-at-large for The Guardian based in London, England and Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester
This panel is designed for students and alumni to apply successfully for a job in the EU/Europe.
Ireland’s ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Daniel Mulhall, spoke about contemporary Irish issues, Ireland's significance in a post-Brexit European Union, and the country’s transatlantic connections.
An Uneven Recovery? Health Outcomes and Economic Impacts Across Europe
This panel is designed for students and alumni who want to work with/for European businesses.
Aa exploration of the transnational connections between Poland and the Global South, Haiti in particular.
Dr. Jessy Abouarab leads a conversation with Dr. Markus Thiel about his new book, which examines how Europe attempts to jointly formulate and implement guidelines for the external promotion of LGBTI rights.
A conversation with Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany Andreas Siegel and Dr. Markus Thiel
COP26 and the European Green Deal, Europe's Response to Climate Change