Category Archives for Europe

NATO’s Challenge: Maintaining a Tactical Advantage in a Rapidly Changing Security Landscape

January 30, 2015 Host: Center for a New American Security Speakers: General Jean-Paul Palomeros, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, NATO Honorable Robert Work, Deputy Secretary of Defense, U.S. Department of Defense While the past decade has been largely defined by sustained … Continue reading

30. January 2015 by Will Houstoun
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The Global Energy Landscape in 2015

January 8, 2015 Host: The Atlantic Council Speaker: Amos Hochstein, Coordinator for International Energy Affairs, U.S. Department of State For the past several months, since October of 2014, global oil prices have been plummeting. With crude oil now trading at … Continue reading

09. January 2015 by Will Houstoun
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How the Crisis in Ukraine Looks from the Inside

April 29, 2014 Host: The Brookings Institution Event:  Views from the Lands In-Between Speakers: H.E. Archil Gegeshidize, Ambassador of Georgia to the United States H.E. Igor Munteanu, Ambassador of Moldova to the United States H.E. Olexander Motsyk, Ambassador of Ukraine … Continue reading

30. April 2014 by Will Houstoun
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The Window is Open but How Much Reform can be Expected from Iran?

March 24, 2014 Host: The Atlantic Council Event: Iran Through a European Lens Speakers: Ms. Marietje Schaake, Member of the European Parliament for the Dutch Democratic Party (D66) Since running as a “reformist” in 2013, and subsequently being elected president of Iran, … Continue reading

24. March 2014 by Will Houstoun
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Trade Deals for the 21st Century: How the TTP & TTIP Can Change the World

January 8, 2014 Host: Woodrow Wilson Center Event: Globalization and America’s Trade Agreements  Speakers: Mr. William Krist, Senior Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center Dr. Fred Bergsten, Senior Fellow and Director Emeritus, Peterson Institute The world today is more integrated physically, … Continue reading

10. January 2014 by Will Houstoun
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Can Russia Reemerge as a Global Power?

December 9, 2013   Speaking at the Woodrow Wilson Center, Thomas E. Graham, Managing Director at Kissinger Associates, Inc., outlined the major challenges that Russia faces in its quest to reemerge as a global power. For the majority of the 20th … Continue reading

10. December 2013 by Will Houstoun
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The Hudson Institute: Political and Security Changes in the Eastern Mediterranean

October 22, 2013 A Developing Energy Hub and a New Partnership Between Israel, Cyprus, and Greece Moderator: Dr. Seth Cropsey, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute Speakers: The Honorable Brad Schneider (D-IL), United States House of Representatives H.E. Christos Panagopoulos, Ambassador to … Continue reading

23. October 2013 by Will Houstoun
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The Woodrow Wilson Center: Roundtable Discussion on the Southern Gas Corridor

September 9, 2013 The Woodrow Wilson Center: Roundtable Discussion on the Southern Gas Corridor On September 9th, the Woodrow Wilson Center assembled a panel of experts to review and discuss the recent energy developments in the Southern Gas Corridor, an … Continue reading

11. September 2013 by Will Houstoun
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