Roundtable on the Implications of NATO/EU Enlargement

Staff: James M. Goldgeier, Dean, School of International Service, American University
January 1, 2003 - May 19, 2004

This roundtable seeks to identify key "over-the-horizon" issues related to the upcoming EU and NATO enlargements and explore both the anticipated as well as potentially unanticipated consequences of them, each of which will dramatically increase the institution's size and scope. The first two sessions, held in March and April of 2003, laid out the general issues at stake in each enlargement, while subsequent sessions will examine issues such as the future of the Euro, the effect of the enlargements on countries further to the East, and European demographic trends.

Meetings

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A Confident Russia Facing an Enlarged Europe: Patterns of Interaction

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Shifting Borders and Border Controls in a Changing Europe

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New Europe for the New World: The Future of Transatlantic Relations

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The EU's Democracy Agenda: Lessons from Enlargement and the Challenges Ahead Further East

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The New EU Constitution: How Important?

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Germany and the Future of the EU

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Implications on Trans-Atlantic Relations

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NATO Enlargement

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