The United States and Europe: An Agenda for Engagement

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The European Union Center of Excellence at Georgia Institute of Technology invites you to participate in a live teleconference discussion sponsored by The Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, EU Center of Excellence Washington D.C.

**Space is limited; please rsvp to Ansley Hynes.

The United States and Europe: An Agenda for Engagement with Philip H. Gordon, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State

Daniel Hamilton, Moderator
Director, Center for Transatlantic Relations

The Obama Administration has made engagement with our European allies a top priority. The United States works closely with Europe on every issue of global importance, from Afghanistan and Iran to European security and the global economy. This fall, NATO, U.S.-EU and OSCE summits will provide further opportunities for transatlantic engagement. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip H. Gordon will review the Administration's record, discuss the upcoming summits
and outline the United States' agenda with Europe for the coming months and years.

Dr. Gordon has a Ph.D. ('91) and M.A. (B'86, '87) in European Studies from Johns Hopkins University (SAIS), and has served as a professorial lecturer in European Studies at SAIS.


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  • Created:10/14/2010
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