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Incomplete Assimilation among Muslims in France

March 1, 2012


Migration and State Formation in the Aftermath of the Ottoman Empire

February 16, 2012

* Please note that this event has been moved from Feb. 22nd to Feb. 15th  The Ottoman Empire started and ended in migration.

Islam and Contemporary Europe: “Impoliteness, or Politics Re-imagined: Rethinking Muslim Difference in France”

January 26, 2012

Workshop papers are available to Stanford affiliates upon request by email to khaley@stanford.edu.

European and Global Economic Crisis Series: "Europe At The Cross Road – Ending or Finalizing the EMU"

January 23, 2012

Jacob Funk Kirkegaard has been a research fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since 2002 and is also a senior associate at the Rhodium Group, a New York-based research firm...

The End of Hungarian Democracy? International Implications

October 21, 2011

Co-sponsored by The Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies and The Europe Center   Event Synopsis: The End of Hungarian Democracy?

Global Free Speech in the Age of Mass Migration and the Internet

September 19, 2011

Presentation of Timothy Garton Ash's draft of editorial content for Freespeechdebate.com, a global, multilingual website for the discussion of free speech in the age of mass migration and the...

The NATO-EU-Russia Triangle: Different Perceptions and Approaches to International Security

April 19, 2011

About the speaker: Dr. Franz Cede is a retired Austrian diplomat who served as the Austrian Ambassador to Russia (1999-2003) and to NATO (2003-2007).

Weak Sovereignty: Russia, Europe and the in-Between States

April 13, 2011

The countries sandwiched between Russia and the European Union are not fully independent actors in regional and international politics: they cannot join the EU or NATO and do not wish to form a...

Now More Than Ever: Ensuring Security and Achieving Peace in a Changing Middle East

April 7, 2011

With democratic revolutions spreading throughout the region, and as US, European and NATO forces enter the conflict in Libya, the transatlantic community shares concern over events in the greater...

What is in A Coffee Cup? Turkey and the European Union

April 7, 2011

5:00 pm: Reception6:00 PM: Screening of “Coffee Futures” (2009, 22 minutes), followed by a discussion with: Zeynep Gursel(Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan- Ann Arbor; Director ...

European Substate Nationalisms and the Discourses of Sovereignty within the EU

March 2, 2011

Since October 2007, Professor Núñez-Seixas has been head of the Department of Modern and America's History at the University of Santiago de Compostela.

Ethnic Conflict Resolution in the 21st Century: A Functioning Model from Europe

February 16, 2011

The 21st century has been branded the century of the worldwide return of ethnonationalisms.

Race and Ethnicity: Marking Difference in Europe and the U.S.

January 14, 2011

This collaborative effort marks the recent publication of Doing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century (Norton, 2010) and Ethnic Europe: Mobility, Identity, and Conflict in a Globalized World ...

Immigration and Integration in Scandinavia: The Jewish Case

November 18, 2010

As exemplified by the recent election results from Sweden, immigration is one of the most important and heated topics of debate in contemporary Scandinavian society.

Alternatives to Partition: New Visions for Israel/Palestine

November 17, 2010

The logic of partitioning the land has dominated the various attempts to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The Treaty of Lisbon and EU Trade Policy: A Political-Economic Analysis

May 17, 2010

On December 1, 2009 the Treaty of Lisbon entered into force, bringing to an end eight years of discussions on treaty reforms in the European Union (EU).

Between Moscow and Brussels: Emerging States, East or West?

November 5, 2009

This event is a closed academic workshop, attendance by invitation only.

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...

Visit by Sir Jonathan Phillips

September 8, 2009

The Forum on Contemporary Europe designed and sponsored this meeting as part of its series on global conflict, and peace and reconciliation.  This session was conducted as a high level, by...

Energy Security, Memory Wars and "Compatriots" in Baltic-Russian Relations

June 11, 2009

According to Professor Muiznieks, since the early 1990s, the Baltic states have been seen as unfriendly in the eyes of Russians due to their "return to the West" attitude.

Latvia in Crisis: Where is a Way Out of It?

April 17, 2009

Latvia is a country that has come through a crisis before; can it do it again? Professor Stranga examines the current crisis in Latvia, a country much evolved over the past 50 years.

Ukraine's Challenges, the West's Response

April 16, 2009

Ambassador Pifer clearly sets out the central issues for Ukraine in this coming year.

The New Transatlantic Agenda

April 1, 2009

Ambassador Eliasson sets out the current status of Europe-US relations and acknowledges the wide range of daunting problems the world must face today.