The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars announced today the appointment of the seven-member board of advisors of the Southeast Europe Project.
This Wilson Center conference explores the diplomatic, cultural, and security ramifications of this newly-emergent issue through the twin prisms of social ideology and political theology, using country-specific case studies of Muslim populations in European states, assessing future trends, opportunities, and dangers, with an overarching emphasis on U.S. policy options.
Did you know that the relations between Turkey and Greece have been redefined over the last few years and partnership activities are on the rise? No? Then continue reading on. Greek-Turkish trade has quadrupled in five years and now stands at 1.75 billion USD annually. Organized by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York, the International Chamber of Commerce - Hellas and Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK).
The Woodrow Wilson Center Southeast Europe Project will undertake a major research project, led by Senior Scholar Ian O. Lesser, on "Re-Shaping the U.S.-Turkish Strategic Relationship," to identify key problems in U.S.-Turkey relations, determine whether a renewed strategic relationship is of interest to the U.S. and Turkey, and offer policy recommendations to repair, revive, and rebuild bilateral ties between the two allies.
By Stefan NicolaUNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL
The vitriolic debates over the Standards before Status policy have overshadowed the urgent need for good governance in Kosovo. Putting aside the question of 'who will govern' for the moment, a panel of experts recently convened to consider who can govern Kosovo by assessing the local conditions and political will to govern Kosovo responsibly, effectively and legitimately.
How is Bosnia and Herzegovina faring 10 years after the Dayton Accords? A delegation of Wilson Center staff recently back from a visit to Sarajevo provides this report, based on meetings with a wide range of Bosnian and international officials.