The Center has two major projects that investigate the EU’s role as a foreign policy actor within Europe and more globally. Triangular Diplomacy focuses on the interaction between the EU, the USA and Russia in the context of the crisis in Ukraine. European Integration as a Peace Project examines the interaction of internal and external security from the immediate post-war period to the present. We also organize other relevant events.
11/27/17 Scott Brown‘s Power, Perception and Policymaking: US and EU Responses to the Rise of China, published by Routledge.
5 June 2017 Scott Brown and Miguel Otero Iglesias, “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.
1 June 2017 Ben Tonra, Richard Whitman and Alasdair Young (eds), Foreign Policy of the European Union published by Sage.
13 Mar. 2017 Gen. Philip Breedlove briefed faculty and students on his recent trips to Europe.
2 Feb. 2017 Dr. Dieter Dettke discussed “European Security viewed from a German Perspective”
21 Jan 2016 Caroline Vicini, Deputy Ambassador of the EU to the U.S. spoke on “The Transatlantic Agenda 2016.” Co-sponsored with the Atlanta Council on International Relations. A video of her talk is available here.
13 Nov. 2015 Lord William Wallace, Baron Wallace of Saltaire (British House of Lords) discussed “European Diplomacy Since the Cold War: How Ambitious, How Inhibited?”
(With History and Sociology)
21 Jan 2016 Panel discussion on the “Refugee Crisis in Europe” with Caroline Vicini, Deputy Ambassador of the EU to the U.S.; Thomas Wulfing, Deputy Consul General of Germany; and John Parkerson, Honorary Consul General of Hungary. Co-sponsored with the Atlanta Council on International Relations.
28 Oct. 2015 the French Ambassador to the U.S. Gerard Araud spoke at Georgia Tech