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The Future of US-Iran Relations Under the Biden Administration

  29 January 2021 – The NESA Center held a meeting with representatives from Chatham House and other European think-tanks to discuss the future of US-Iran relations under the Biden Administration. The U.S. perspective was given, followed by a discussion of how Iranian leaders read the political map in Washington. Also among consideration was the Read More >

The Biden Presidency and U.S.-E.U. Relations: Challenges and Prospects

14 December 2020 – The tenth edition of the NESA Alumni Virtual Interview Series features a discussion with Professor Steven Blockmans on the challenges and prospects for U.S. – EU relations under a Biden presidency, as well as how the trans-Atlantic relationship going forward may impact relevant parts of the NESA region. Professor Steven Blockmans Read More >

Euro-Med Integration in 2020 and Beyond

3 December 2020 – In the ninth edition of the NESA Alumni Virtual Interview Series, Mr. Roger Albinyana provides insights into the current state of the Barcelona Process, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, and the prospects and challenges for Euro-Mediterranean regional integration beyond 2020. Mr. Albinyana also discusses the prospects for US-EU relations under Read More >

Round Table with EU Ambassador Stavros Lambrinidis

On 29th September 2020, the NESA center hosted His Excellency Stavros Lambrinidis, Ambassador of the European Union to the United States, for a roundtable discussion moderated by NESA faculty member Dr. Gawdat Bahgat. The discussion focused primarily on EU strategic policy and the importance of the special relationship between the United States and the European Read More >

Discussion with Ambassador Alex Rondos, EU Special Representative to the Horn of Africa

  In this iteration of the NESA IOR Digital Series, Ambassador Alex Rondos, the European Union’s Special Representative to the Horn of Africa, explores state-level interaction in the Horn of Africa, as well as outside actors’ perception and actions to secure their interests in the region.  While the Horn of Africa is geopolitically significant through Read More >

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