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Past Program

Jun 29 - Jul 04, 2006

The Transatlantic Divide: Myths, Realities, and Business as Usual

Session 432

Abstract

The first years of the twenty-first century have seen a growing strain

between the United States and Europe. While the fundamental integrity

of the transatlantic relationship appears intact, serious political, legal,

economic and security issues threaten to present critical challenges for

the future. These range from the conduct of business and trade to the

evolving role of security arrangements, to the impact of the emerging

global presence and influence of China and India. This session will identify

key issues that lie ahead for the transatlantic relationship and assess

current and potential strategies for addressing these challenges through

both official and non-official channels. Particular emphasis will be placed

on the practical realities of conducting business and political relations

between the two continents.

The fee for this session is 3,000 EURO. The fee covers the cost of the program, accommodations, and meals.

Limited financial aid is available and is awarded based on need. Applicants who believe they qualify for assistance should explain their circumstances in a letter, which should be submitted with their application.