Arancha González, Madeleine Albright and Mircea Geoana analyze the challenges of Inclusive Transatlantic Security in the COVID Era
In an increasingly complex and tense world, restoring confidence in the transatlantic alliance is essential, and requires collaboration as well as frank and open discussion. This view was summarized by Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State, at a conference on Thursday organized by IE School of Global and Public Affairs, the Belfer Center for […]
In an increasingly complex and tense world, restoring confidence in the transatlantic alliance is essential, and requires collaboration as well as frank and open discussion. This view was summarized by Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State, at a conference on Thursday organized by IE School of Global and Public Affairs, the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard Kennedy School, and theFundación Rafael del Pino.
Trust can only be rebuilt if both sides have “an adult relationship” and are able to discuss problems and differences on issues such as democracy, human rights, nationalism, and then take concrete action, said Albright at the meeting, which was held under the title “Redefining Inclusive Transatlantic Security in the Covid Era.”
10 Jul 2020Conference
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The IE School of Global and Public Affairs had the recent pleasure to host the launching of the working paper, “US Trends That Matter for ...
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Transatlantic Relations Initiative: Launch of “The Observatory on US Hispanic Politics” with Chair Daniel Ureña and Speaker Sean Trende
December 13th, 2018 - IE School of Global & Public Affairs presented its new The Observatory on US Hispanic Politics, part of the Transatlantic ...
17 Dec 2018Observatory on US-Hispanic Politics
Transatlantic Relations Initiative: Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs and Security Policy Alejandro Alvargonzalez speaks on NATO
Students who gathered to hear Alejandro Alvargonzález’s answers to the complexities of current global politics left the event "NATO: Mapping of ...
23 Nov 2018Observatory on the European Union