Future of Europe Roundtable

Staff: James M. Goldgeier, Dean, School of International Service, American University
September 27, 2005 - June 30, 2007

Meetings

Roundtable Meeting

Future of Europe Roundtable: Turmoil in Turkey and Ankara's Faltering EU Bid

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Whitney H. Shepardson Fellow, The Council on Foreign Relations

Speaker:

Steven A. Cook, Douglas Dillon Fellow, The Council on Foreign Relations
May 23, 2007

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Roundtable Meeting

Future of Europe Roundtable: Growing Apart? America and Europe in the 21st Century

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Whitney H. Shepardson Fellow, The Council on Foreign Relations

Speaker:

Jeffrey Kopstein, Director, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, University of Toronto
April 18, 2007

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Roundtable Meeting

Future of Europe Roundtable: The China-Europe Relationship

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Whitney H. Shepardson Fellow, The Council on Foreign Relations

Speaker:

David Shambaugh, Director, China Policy Program, George Washington University
March 1, 2007

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Roundtable Meeting

Future of Europe Roundtable: NATO after the Riga Summit - Is there really an alliance anymore?

Speaker:

Kurt Volker, U.S. Department of State

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Council on Foreign Relations
December 6, 2006 12:15-2:00 p.m.

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Roundtable Meeting

Future of Europe Roundtable: Europe's Moment in the Middle East?

Speaker:

Phil Gordon, Senior Fellow in U.S. Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institution, and co-editor of Crescent of Crisis: U.S.-European Strategy for the Greater Middle East

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Whitney H. Shepardson Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
October 18, 2006

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington

Future of Europe Roundtable: The Future of NATO

Speaker:

Kurt Volker, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
June 16, 2006

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington

Future of Europe Roundtable: The Future of EU-U.S. Political and Economic Relations

Speaker:

John Bruton, Ambassador to the United States and Head of Delegation, European Commission

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
May 3, 2006

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ New York

Future of Europe Roundtable: European Democracy Promotion: The Prospects for Ukraine and Belarus

Speaker:

Urban Ahlin, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Parliament of Sweden

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
March 7, 2006

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington

Future of Europe Roundtable: Germany and Europe Under the Merkel Government

Speakers:

William Drozdiak, President, The American Council on Germany, James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
January 26, 2006

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington

Future of Europe Roundtable: Ten Years after Dayton: Prospects for the Balkans

Speakers:

Maurizio Massari, Leader, OSCE mission to Serbia and Montenegro

Commentator:

Derek H. Chollet, Fellow, CSIS; Author, "The Road to the Dayton Accords: A Study of American Statecraft"

Speakers:

James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
November 3, 2005

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Roundtable Meeting ⁄ Washington

Future of Europe Roundtable: Turkey-EU Relations in the Transatlantic Context

Speaker:

Omer Taspinar, Director,, Turkey Program, Brookings Institution

Presider:

James M. Goldgeier, Adjunct Senior Fellow for Europe Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
September 27, 2005

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