• Transatlantic Conference

Ideas on politics, economics, security and the future of the U.S.-Europe relationship

The Transatlantic Relationship at the Dawn of the New Millennium

One of the central pillars of stability over the second half of the 20th Century has been the relationship between the United States and Europe. This conference will examine the current status of the transatlantic relationship, offer ideas and draw conclusions about the future. This interdisciplinary conference will include Suffolk University scholars and host local and European scholars.

Location: Sargent 170
120 Tremont Street
Boston, MA

Panel 1: Divergent or Convergent Political Views
9:30-11:00am
Chair: Judy Dushku, Suffolk University
Xavier Coller, Suffolk University
Charles S. Maier, Harvard University
Paul C. Manuel, Saint Anslem College
Thomas Risse, Harvard University/Free University of Berlin

Panel 2: Economic Challenges in Globalization
11:15am - 12:45pm
Chair: Jay Rosellini, Suffolk University
Peter A. Hall, Harvard University
Jonathan Haughton, Suffolk University
Andrew Martin, Harvard University
Sofia A. Perez, Boston University

Lunch: 12:45 - 1:45pm

Panel 3: Varying Perspectives in the Security Community
2-3:30pm
Chair: Roberto Dominguez, Suffolk University
Emil Kirchner, Essex University
Henry Nau, George Washington University
Richard Torrissi, Suffolk University
Peter Watkins, Harvard University

Panel 4: Looking to the Future
3:45-5:15pm
Chair: Sebastian Royo, Suffolk University
James Carroll, The Boston Globe/Suffolk University
David Mayers, Boston University
Klaus Scharioth, Ambassador of Germany in the US
Carlos Westendorp, Ambassador of Spain in the US

 

Lunch will be served. Reception to follow.
Please RSVP to Nicole Vadnais at nvadnais@suffolk.edu

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