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Feb. 18, 2020 | 2-4 p.m. Panel III: 2:00 p.m.-4:00pm: Looking to the future of EU-Caribbean relations
Conversations on Europe: “Monuments and Contested Memory in Europe”
Feb. 18, 2020 | 10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Panel II: The politics of EU-Caribbean relations
Conversations on Europe: Borders and Contested Memory in Northern Ireland
Join European Union Ambassador to the United States, Stravos Lambrinidis, and European experts for a virtual discussion on transatlantic relations in the midst of COVID-19.
The Hamilton Lugar School's Russian & East European Institute, Institute for European Studies, Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center, and Polish Studies Center at Indiana University Bloomington organized a virtual mini-conference examining Europe and the existential challenges illuminated by COVID-19.
Join the Center for European Policy Center for a discussion with the German and Swedish Ambassadors to the United States to address how their countries are approaching the pandemic, how members of the transatlantic community can support each other through this crisis, and where allies can cooperate moving forward to emerge from this crisis as a cohesive unit.
Virtual policy discussion on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis and future pathways to climate recovery by Ambassador Lambrinidis and industry and policy experts.
The Dorothea Green Lecture Series and the European & Eurasian Studies Program hold a webinar on Pandemics and Politics in Europe with European Faculty experts.
The Embassy of Italy in Washington, D.C., in collaboration with the National Science Foundation (NSF)organized an online scientific conversation: “Bridging Italy and the USA in the fight against COVID-19”.
Laurent Gallissot, Consul General of France in Miami, and Andreas T. Siegel, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, gave their insights on the pandemic in France and Germany.
Join us in a conversation with Elena Flores, Director for International Economic and Financial Relations and Global Governance at the European Commission, to discuss the economic impact of COVID-19, EU Member States' and EU institutions' policy response and how Europe is planning to restart economic growth and turn the page on the pandemic.
CEUCE Webinar: Climate Change and Energy Sustainability: Lessons to be Learned from the COVID-19 Pan
'Climate Change and Energy Sustainability: Lessons to be Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic' from a panel representing the Delegation of the European Union to the US and moderated by KK DuVivier, Professor of Law at DU
Germany’s EU Presidency: Priorities for Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship.This AICGS webinar features a discussion with Dr. Emily Haber, German Ambassador to the United States, and AICGS President Jeff Rathke.
CEPA discussion on Europe’s Counter-Disinformation Agenda with Vice President, European Commission for Values and Transparency, Věra Jourová
Transatlantic Relations in the Digital Age: A conversation with European Commission Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager.
CEPA Webinar: Common Crisis: a Conversation with H.E. Virginijus Sinkevicius, Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, European Commission.
Team Europe Working Around the Clock: How the EU and Its Member States Are Supporting the Global Fight against the Coronavirus
In this interview with the Bradford M. Freeman Director of Human Freedom at the George W. Bush Institute, Lindsay Lloyd, David Kramer talks about current affairs in Russia.
Economic Policy Research Center in partnership with George W. Bush Presidential Center held a discussion - "Choose Freedom: Democracy and Human Rights as Key Components of U.S. Foreign Policy"
Conversation with Thomas Silberhorn, Parliamentary State Secretary at the German Federal Ministry of Defense, on the "Defense and Geostrategic Priorities of the German EU Presidency."
In Democracy Talks at the Bush Center, watch the webinar on "Dangerous "Ism" Challenge Democracies in our Hemisphere & Beyond" with Antonio Garza,Laura Collins,and David Kramer.
This virtual event will review the current state of the transatlantic relationship and prospects for EU-U.S. relations under the next U.S. Administration and Congress. Topics will include global and transatlantic challenges such as COVID-19 response, climate change, AI/digital, trade, investment and economic recovery, security and defense, promoting democracy and human rights, and joint approaches to China and Russia.
Our panel of experts traced the origin and current meaning of the EU's motto, "United in Diversity," exploring both its goals and its limitations.
Ambassador Urszula Gacek, head of mission of the OSCE – The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe International Observation Mission for the U.S. General Election 2020, discussed the Euroepan view on the U.S. election.
Listen to Polish Ambassador Wilczek and Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland in North Carolina for this 1st 2020-2021 season of the Blanka Rosenstiel Lecture Series on Poland.
Dr. joaquín Roy, Jean Monnet Professor and Director University of Miami European Union Center of Excellence, made a presentation on Europe and Latin American Relations under the impact of COVID-19.
Join this expert-led discussion about how the Germany, the European Union, and the United States have responded to COVID-19. How have these countries been impacted by the disease, medically, politically, and economically? What is the current state of Transatlantic relations and what does the future hold?
In celebration of German Campus Week, this video focuses on the topic of cultural diversity in Germany and how the European nation has aimed to create inclusive community building. The virtual roundtable discusses successes, failures, and the future of Germany’s diverse communities.
Discussion on Populism & Democratic Backsliding in Europe with Drs. Marcel Lewandowsky, Noemi Marin, Martin Palous & Markus Thiel.
Join us as we explore international LGBTQ+ politics and its relation to anti-gender and post-colonial policies, as well as relevant topics such as same-sex marriage, the role of international institutions in promoting rights, and LGBTQ+ refugees.
In a focus on France, the panel casts a light on the utopia of a color-blind French Republic.
Join European and FIU experts for a discussion on EU-Iran relations.
Blanka Rosenstiel Lecture Series on Poland: “Shifting Political Landscapes in Europe: Poland’s Role”
Oxford Professor and renowned historian Norman Davies discussed Poland's role in Europe during this challenging period.
Join Hon. Andreas Siegel, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, experts and witnesses for an interactive virtual discussion on the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Witnesses will provide historical context and personal experiences.
To mark the 5th Anniversary of the Paris Agreement, join Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Consul General of France Laurent Gallissot, and environmental experts for a discussion on renewing universal commitments to Climate Actions and Florida’s environmental challenges and its local solutions.
On International Human Rights Day (Dec. 10), distinguished panelists Francis Fukuyama, Jacques Rupnik and Nicole Bibbins-Sedaca met for a virtual conversation on Human Dignity and Identity.