America, Europe, and the World Roundtable

Staff: James M. Goldgeier, Dean, School of International Service, American University
October 1, 2007 - June 30, 2010

The goal of the America, Europe, and the World roundtable series is to examine how America and Europe can move forward with a constructive transatlantic agenda for managing problems that arise outside of North America and Europe.

Meetings

Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington, DC

America, Europe, and the World Roundtable: NATO and Afghanistan

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America, Europe, and the World Roundtable: An Update on U.S., European, and Russian Relations

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America, Europe, and the World Roundtable: “The Profits of Power:” Energy Politics in Russia and Eurasia

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America, Europe, and the Fight Against Piracy

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Lending to the East: Europe's Sub-Prime Crisis?

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European Islam and Transatlantic Relations

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Obama and NATO: What is to be Done?

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Where is Russia Heading and What Does It Mean for the West?

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Is NATO Dead or Alive?

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Why Transatlantic Conflict on Climate Change Will Persist

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America, Europe, and the New, New World Order

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America, Europe, and the United Nations

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America, Europe, and the Global Trade Agenda

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