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Stefan Froehlich on Context

The Future of US-EU Relations

Mar 14, 2012
Once shoulder to shoulder allies against the USSR, the US and the EU still share many common challenges. In this interview Stefan Froehlich discusses trans-Atlantic ties, analyzing the impact of austerity budgets and a reduced US military presence on European security.

Fall 2012 CWIHP Internship Opportunities

Feb 28, 2012
The Cold War International History Project is currently accepting internship applications for the Fall 2012 academic semester. Deadline to apply: 7/20

Democratic Reforms in the Western Balkans Can Benefit from the EU and NATO Accession Processes

Feb 07, 2012
European Studies Senior Associate Nida Gelazis was recently quoted in the Italian on-line newspaper Affaritaliani assessing the benefits of European enlargement in the Western Balkans. In an article by Massimiliano Santalucia titled "The Balkan countries break into Europe. Montenegro and Serbia in the EU Soon," Gelazis discussed the pros and cons of admitting the former Yugoslav countries to the EU.

Call for papers: France and the German Question

Feb 06, 2012
Call for papers for "France and the German Question, 1945-1990," February 7-9, 2013

EU-US Energy Coordination Should Focus on Unconventional Gas

Dec 23, 2011
Alexandros Petersen, advisor to the European Energy Security Initiative, discusses the future role of the newly established EU-US Energy Council in an article following the meeting between US Secretaries of State and Energy, Hillary Clinton and Stephen Chu with EU High Representative Catherine Ashton and Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger in late November.

The EU Enlargement Process: Serbia's Prospects for EU Membership

Dec 14, 2011
In addition to the difficult negotiations surrounding the governance of the eurozone, the December 9, 2011 EU Council meeting also considered the question of EU enlargement. At the meeting, the Council decided to delay granting candidate status to Serbia and Montenegro so that each country could have more time to address some of the pre-accession conditions. European Studies Senior Associate, Nida Gelazis, spoke with Belgrade-based Beta News Service about the implications of the Council’s decision for Serbia, the European Union, and the United States.

The Fate of the Eurozone: Hanging Together or Falling Apart?

Nov 23, 2011
Does the possibility of a Greek exit from the eurozone and the pressure on Italy's debt signal a new level of crisis for the monetary union? Senior Scholar and former chairman of the Fiscal Council in Hungary George Kopits explains the various elements of the crisis.

Progress for Women, but a Long Way to Go

Nov 23, 2011
In a year of some major successes for women — the Nobel Peace Prize, the commanding performances of Angela Merkel and Hillary Rodham Clinton, the end of men-first in the line of succession to the British throne — a new worldwide study concludes that women remain well behind men in two crucial areas: economic equality and political power.

Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Hope M. Harrison was featured in The Washington Post

Oct 28, 2011
Harrison discussed the 50th anniversary of the American/Soviet showdown at Checkpoint Charlie—an incident that some feared would trigger nuclear war.

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