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Strengthening Democracy and Governance: Women and Political Power 
Reinventing the West: Redefining the Transatlantic Relationship
14 Jun - 21 Jun, 2004
 Changing Concepts of International Educational Exchange and Mobility

Faculty:
Dominique Moïsi (Chair) - Deputy director, Institut français des relations internationales; Editor-in-chief, Politique étrangère, Paris
Jack Matlock (Co-Chair) - Lecturer of Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; former Ambassador of the United States to the Soviet Union
A. Michael Hoffman - Managing Partner, Palamon Capital Partners, LLP, London
Ivan Krastev - Director, Center for Liberal Strategies, Sofia
Anne-Marie Slaughter - Dean, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
Dmitri Trenin - Deputy Director, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Moscow
Daniel Weygandt - Deputy chief of mission at the United States Embassy in Vienna.

Additional Session Support:
Stephen Klimczuk (Resource Specialist) - Stephen Klimczuk is director of the Global Business Policy Council at A.T. Kearney, a management consultancy firm based in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. In this position, he works with chief executives in ...

Abstract:
Does "the West" still exist? Between 1989 and 2003, have we moved from a world with two Europes and one West, to a world with one Europe but two "Wests", an American West and a European West? Recent events have called traditional transatlantic alliances into question, placing them under intense scrutiny and challenge. Although America and Europe share common responsibilities, common values, and common interests, more than ever, they seem divided by a growing sense of political and cultural difference. How deep are these divisions and how can they be overcome? How might "the West" be reimagined and reinvented to address the urgent challenges of global poverty, political violence and social instability? This session will examine current transatlantic tensions and their effect on multilateral cooperation, their impact on political and security arrangements in Europe and elsewhere, and their implications for global trade and economic development.

Session Faculty

Jack Matlock
 
Ivan Krastev

 


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