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Sir Alex C. Ferguson will bring his 26 years of coaching and managing experience at Manchester United Football Club to the Harvard Business School this spring as a teacher for its Executive Education program.
François Godement, right, a professor of political science at the Paris Institute of Political Science, hosts a seminar about past, present, and future relations that the European Union and China have with each other.
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, gave a public address at the Institute of Politics about the issues that the European Union faces after the severe sovereign-debt crisis that has affected its members.
Joaquin Almunia, Vice President of the European Commission and Commissioner responsible for competition offers his stance on the facilitation of nuclear power.
Georgetown University Law Professor Julie Cohen looks on as University of Zurich Law Professor Rolf H. Weber gives a European perspective on the NSA leaks. The panel was part of a daylong conference on human rights in Europe and the United States.
Georgetown University Professor of Law Julie Cohen makes a point about the future of human right on the internet. The panel was part of a daylong conference on human rights in Europe and the United States.
Athanasios Orphanides, former governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus argued during a two-hour study group at the Center of European Studies Friday that the main cause of the current financial crisis in the Euro Zone was political rather than economic in nature.
The Minda de Gunzberg Center for European Studies named Elaine Papoulias as its new Executive Director earlier this month.
Thanks again, Nobel committee. Oh, and if you could be a doll and wire the prize money directly to Spain, that’d be great.
Writing about the Holocaust, I have realized that generational memory is an important access point to the subject matter. The writing techniques I’ve adopted follow the same principle as generational memory: that, while the Holocaust itself is hard to approach, its ripple effects are tangible.
Living in Budapest this past summer, I learned that Erno Rubik, inventor of the Rubik’s Cube, is Hungarian. The discovery came right after a visit to the Hungarian Parliament building, and since then I have thought a lot about the Rubik’s Cube, its absolute solution, and what it represents in the context of Hungary’s extreme political tendencies.
The Center for European Studies announced Thursday that Grzegorz Ekiert has been named Director of the Center, succeeding outgoing Director David Blackbourn.