Southeast Europe Events


Euro - Islam: The Dynamics of Effective Integration

June 21, 2006 // 9:00am10:00am
Global Europe Program

Economic Diplomacy: Greek Initiatives in Commerce and Conflict Prevention

June 07, 2006 // 10:00am11:00am
Global Europe Program
The Honorable Theodore SkylakakisGeneral Secretary for International Economic Relations and Development CooperationHellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs

EU - Balkan Relations: The Greek Factor

May 02, 2006 // 10:00am11:30am
Global Europe Program
Angelos Pangratis, Deputy Head, Delegation of the European Commission to the U.S. Ambassador Alexander Mallias, Greek Ambassador to the U.S.

Live Webcast: Art as the Key to Cultural Identity in Southeast Europe

April 11, 2006 // 12:00am1:00pm
Global Europe Program
Helen Evans, Curator for Early Christian and Byzantine Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art

The US, Turkey and Strategic Developments in the Broader Middle East

March 30, 2006 // 1:00pm2:30pm
Global Europe Program
Ian Lesser, Public Policy Scholar, Southeast Europe Project

Integration Through Education: Migrant Workers In Greece

March 29, 2006 // 10:00am11:00am
Global Europe Program
The Honorable Marietta Giannakou, Minister of Education for Greece

Human Rights Approaches to Religion: Implications for Euro-Islamic Relations

March 27, 2006 // 9:30am11:00am
Global Europe Program
with Malcom Evans, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Law, and Professor of Public International Law at the University of Bristol, School of Law

Cyprus: Beyond The Deadlock

March 21, 2006 // 9:30am10:30am
Global Europe Program
Gustave Feissel, Former UN Chief of Mission to Cyprus

Book Discussion: Media Cleansing: Dirty Reporting
Journalism & Tragedy in Yugoslavia, by Peter Brock

March 17, 2006 // 9:00am10:30am
Global Europe Program
The book takes aim at the pack journalism that marked much of the mainstream Western and particularly U.S. media's treatment of the wars of the Yugoslav secession. The book dispels any illusions that the reporting from three terrible wars, in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo was impartial, objective and fair, and raises the legitimate question of whether this kind of unprofessional and careless reporting actually helped to prolong and intensify the war.

Breaking Ranks: Andreas Papandreou, American Liberalism, and Neo-Conservatism

March 14, 2006 // 9:30am10:30am
Global Europe Program
Professor Stan Draenos, Stanley J. Seeger Visiting Fellows, Program in Hellenic Studies, Princeton University