Monnet Center Hosts International Workshop on the European Union as a Peacemaker and Peacekeeper

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On November 13-14 a group of leading historians, political scientists and practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic met at Georgia Tech to critically assess the EU’s role in promoting peace within and beyond its borders.

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On November 13-14th, a group of leading historians, political scientists and practitioners from both sides of the Atlantic met at Georgia Tech to critically assess the EU’s role in promoting peace within and beyond its borders.

The symposium was organized by Vicki Birchfield, John Krige, Katja Weber and Alasdair Young and was a collaboration between the Nunn School of International Affairs (particularly the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence) and the School of History and Sociology. The symposium was funded by the European Union (through the Jean Monnet Center) and B. and B. Stern Foundation.

More information is available at http://pwp.gatech.edu/jmce/peace-symposium/.

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Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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Alasdair Young, European Union, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, John Krige, Katja Weber, Vicki Birchfield
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  • Created On: Nov 18, 2015 - 6:40am
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