7/23 The very successful 2017 EU Study Abroad Program concluded.
7/14 Alasdair Young presented a paper and served as a discussant at the Council of European Studies 24th International Conference of Europeanists, University of Glasgow.
7/11 “The New Face of France” with the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.
7/1 Alasdair Young became a co-editor of JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies.
6/22-23 Alasdair Young presented a paper on ‘Trade Policy in a Changing EU and an Uncertain World,’ to the ‘Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme @ 25’ Alumni Conference, European University Institute.
6/9 Alasdair Young and Chad Damro’s chapter “National Aims and Adaptation: Lessons from the Market,” published in A. Hadfield, I. Manners and R. Whitman (eds), Foreign Policies of EU Member States: Continuity and Europeanisation, Routledge.
6/5 Scott Brown and Miguel Otero Iglesias’s chapter “The EU and China: Partners in Global Economic Governance Reform?” published in Jing Men and Annika Linck (eds), China and EU: Reform and Governance, Routledge.
6/1 Ben Tonra, Richard Whitman and Alasdair Young (eds), Foreign Policy of the European Union published by Sage.
5/22 Contributions from the “Surveillance, Privacy, and Data Across Borders: Transatlantic Perspectives” Conference posted on the LAWFARE blog.
5/15 EU Study Abroad Program began @ Georgia Tech Lorraine
5/12 CETS supports the 2017 Europe Day Luncheon: “All Eyes on Germany” at the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.
5/4-6 Big CETS presence at the European Union Studies Association conference in Miami.
5/3 Alasdair Young participated in a Virtual Briefing on “Transatlantic Relations after the First 100 Days“.
4/26 Scott Brown’s testimony to the House of Commons enquiry on UK-China relations published.
4/18 The “Surveillance, Privacy, and Data Across Borders: Transatlantic Perspectives” Conference took place at Georgia Tech.
4/4 Alasdair Young and Scott Brown discussed “The Future of Europe” with European Horizons.
3/31 The European Union at an Inflection Point: (Dis)integrating or the New Normal? edited by Alasdair Young was published by Routledge.
3/21 Gen. Philip Breedlove testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on U.S. Policy and Strategy in Europe.
3/13 Dr. Catherine Dale, Director for the Center for Russia and Eurasia at the RAND Corporation, discussed “Resetting the U.S.-Russian Relationship? Risks and Opportunities.”
3/13 Gen. Philip Breedlove briefed faculty and students on his recent trips to Europe.
3/3 Gen. Philip Breedlove was interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition
2/28 The French, German and Irish Consuls General gave their countries’ perspectives on Brexit
2/24 His Excellency Mr. Eerik Marmei, Estonia’s Ambassador to the United States discussed “Estonia’s Foreign Policy: In Europe, Between America and Russia”
2/22-25 Vicki Brichfield, Scott Brown, Miki Fabry, Jarrod Hayes and Katja Weber presented their research at the International Studies Association’s 58th Annual Convention in Baltimore
2/21 British Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford presented the British governments approach to the Brexit negotiations.
2/17 Alasdair Young discussed the demise of TTIP at a workshop at Florida International University.
2/10 European Horizons at Georgia Tech chartered
2/9 Gen. Philip Breedlove testified about US-Russian relations before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
2/6 Special Forum on European integration as a Peace Project published in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations (open access)
2/2 Dr. Dieter Dettke discussed “European Security viewed from a German Perspective”
1/18 Dr. Annegret Groebel of the German Federal Network Agency discussed the insights and lessons learned from Germany’s Energiewende.
1/17 CETS participated in its first virtual Conversation on Europe: Electoral Interference in Europe and the US
12/7-9 Vicki Birchfield was an invited participant at the Open Government Partnership Global Summit hosted by the French government in Paris.
11/28 Gen. Phillip Breedlove, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe and the US European Command Commander, “Euro-Atlantic Challenges: A Way Ahead”.
11/17 Scott Brown’s piece on the implications of a Trump Presidency for Europe and transatlantic relations published by the Scottish Global Forum.
11/15 Gen. Phil Breedlove addressed a World Affairs Council of Atlanta Members Forum on “NATO: Evolving Issues from Russia to Refugees”
11/15 Prof. Volodymyr Dubovyk, University of Odessa spoke about “Ukraine between EU, US and Russia: the Quest for Security and Development”
11/3 Henri Landes spoke on Understanding the U.S. Presidential Election and American Politics and Society Today: A French-American Dialogue at Georgia Tech Lorraine
11/3 French Consul General Louis de Corail discussed “Responding to Tragedy: A French Perspective on the Challenge of Terrorism”
10/12 Georgia Tech hosted “Cartooning for Peace: The Art of Democracy”
10/10 Alasdair Young was the featured discussant at a workshop on EU trade policy at the University of Southern Denmark.
9/29 Scott Brown and Alasdair Young discussed Brexit at the Atlanta Economics Club
9/22 New working papers on the Ukraine crisis published.
9/20 Alasdair Young participated in a panel discussion on “Free Trade or Protectionism?” at the University of Pittsburgh.
9/9 Panel discussion on “Brexit Or: Breaking up is hard to do” at Georgia Tech
8/20 Dr. Birchfield is at Georgia Tech Lorraine offering exciting new opportunities
6/13 Gen. Breedlove publishes article in Foreign Affairs on the challenges facing NATO.
For events we organized in previous academic years see public events
For public talks given by affiliates of the Center see outreach talks