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Brexit: What's next for the UK and Europe?

August 16, 2016

  The United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union this summer promises to fundamentally alter the political and economic future of the UK and the rest of the European Union.

"Nagorno-Karabakh: Is a Solution Visible?" A Lecture by Minister Edward Nalbandian

August 12, 2016

The people of Nagorno-Karabakh have long strived for the recognition of their right to self-determination.

**Cancelled** Brexit, Trump and the politics of fear: is populism here to stay?

July 12, 2016

**This event has been cancelled** With the backdrop of the Brexit vote in the UK, Nick Clegg will explore the factors behind the rise of the politics of identity, populism and nationalism in the UK...

SJIL 2016 Symposium (Day 2)-- Adjudicating Across Borders: Contemporary Challenges in International Arbitration

April 26, 2016

Stanford Journal of International LawAnnual SymposiumSaturday, April 30th 9am - 5pmBreakfastProcedure and Due Process in International ArbitrationInvestor-State Arbitration: Here to Stay...

SJIL 2016 Symposium (Day 1)-- Adjudicating Across Borders: Contemporary Challenges in International Arbitration

April 26, 2016

Stanford Journal of International LawAnnual SymposiumFriday April 29th, 4pm - 6pmEnforcing Arbitration Awards: Yukos and BeyondDinner Please RSVP here or contact Lbaker15@stanford.edu This event is...

Book Launch: "Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies"

February 11, 2016

-This event is now full and we are no longer able to accept RSVPs- Please join us as we celebrate the publication of David Laitin and co-authors Claire Adida (UC San Diego) and Marie-Anne Valfort's...

Human Rights and Refugees in Europe

January 22, 2016

  The rights of refugees and obligations of states under international law was broadly addressed before focusing on how European Union law affects these rights and obligations.

On Cruelty: Global Reflections from the Age of Revolutions to the War on Citizenship

October 30, 2015

This is the second meeting of the workshop series on Civility, Cruelty, Truth. A one-day event hosted by the Stanford Humanities Center, the workshop will explore the genealogies, promises, and...

Ukraine-Russia: What Next?

May 18, 2015

Due to the high interest in this event, we have moved it to a larger room.  It is now in the Oksenberg Conference Room, Encina Hall, 3rd floor. The February Minsk II agreement introduced a fragile...

Book Workshop: "Dilemmas of Inclusion: Votes, Values, and the Political Representation of Muslims in Europe" by Rafaela Dancygier

April 10, 2015

Workshop on Rafaela Dancygier's latest book manuscript titled "Dilemmas of Inclusion: Votes, Values, and the Political Representation of Muslims in Europe." Discussants:Chapter 1: David Laitin ...

Wales to Warsaw: NATO and the Current State of Transatlantic Security

April 7, 2015

At the NATO Summit in Wales in September 2014, NATO leaders were clear about the security challenges on the Alliance’s borders.

Europe-Russia Relations: The Impact of EU Expansion

September 30, 2014

 Please click on the image below to view the video recording of this event.  Co-sponsored by The Europe Center and the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. 

2014 TEC Lectureship on Europe and the World with Adam Tooze, Yale University

April 30, 2014

The Europe Center invites you to the inaugural annual lectures of this series by Adam Tooze, Barton M. Briggs Professor of History, Yale University.

Stanford Interdisciplinary Conference on Conscience

November 8, 2012

Conference organizer: Nancy Ruttenburg What is conscience, what was conscience, and what is its future?

Burned Bridge: How East and West Germans Made the Iron Curtain

January 24, 2012

This talk presents an unconventional look at the creation of a deadly barrier between East and West Germany.  It reveals how the Iron Curtain was not simply imposed by communism, but had been...

Wi(l)der West? A Transatlantic Perspective on the European Periphery from the Balkans and Turkey to Russia

October 22, 2009

In recent years, the United States and its European Union partners have often diverged in their policy outlooks towards the wider European periphery—the diverse region stretching from the Balkans...

Mediterranean Film Series: "Inch'Allah Dimanche"

May 28, 2009

Three internationally recognized films will be screened at Stanford University in April and May 2009.

The New Global Architecture - Where Europe Fits In

May 18, 2009

Ambassador Sheinwald discusses how he envisages international relations will form in the near and far future.

Mediterranean Film Series: "Carol's Journey"

May 7, 2009

Three internationally recognized films will be screened at Stanford University in April and May 2009.

Mediterranean Film Series: "Gitmek: My Marlon and Brando"

April 30, 2009

Three internationally recognized films will be screened at Stanford University in April and May 2009.

Transatlantic Information Law Symposium

June 14, 2008

In the twelve years since the publication of the paper “Law and Borders – The Rise of Law in Cyberspace” by David G.

Perverse Prosperos and Cruel Calibans: The (Con)text of Portuguese Postcolonial Positionality

April 9, 2008

Phillip Rothwell is associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

Ethnicity in Today's Europe

November 7, 2007

"Ethnicity in Today's Europe" will commence with a Related Presidential Lecture featuring Partha Chatterjee.Conference StatementHeadlines today blaze with stories about the fate of Europe.

European Neighborhood Policy

May 13, 2005

In its communication on Wider Europe in 2003, the Commission launched a new program to structure its relations with its neighbors, the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP).