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January

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Graham Center - GC Ballrooms

Join the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs for the FIU's State of the World 2020,two-day conference on global relations and U.S. foreign policy featuring top experts and policymakers

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156

For the first installment of Conversations on Europe for Spring 2020, join us for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion on an update on Brexit.

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Venue:FIU - MMC - CBC 233

Join the Jack D. Gordon Institute as we welcome former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs and renown expert on "Soft Power". Dr. Joseph Nye will be speaking about current and future issues in national security.

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Venue:FIU - MMC

Join us for FIU's annual Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week, January 27-31 at MMC

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Venue:Books & Books Coral Gables

The first Miami edition of Night of Ideas will bring together philosophers, authors, and artists. It is presented by Books & Books, Letra Urbana, Consulate General of France in Miami, Coral Gables Cinema.

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Venue:FIU - MMC - DM 370

Join us for a discussion with Dr. Emily Greble, who will explore the contradictions of race, religion, and politics in multi-confessional areas of Hitler's Europe.

February

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Venue:FIU-MMC-MARC Building - MARC 290

Join us for this MFJMCE two-day EU conference where European, Caribbean, and US Experts will discuss the relations between the European Union and the Caribbean.

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156

For the second installment of Conversations on Europe for Spring 2020, join us for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion on 'Monuments and Contested Memory in Europe'.

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Venue:FIU - MMC - SIPA 524

Join us for this 1st "Coffee with the Consuls" conversation series featuring Consul General of France in Miami Laurent Gallissot.

March

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Graham Center - GC 140

Join Nicole Bibbins Sedaca and Lindsay Lloyd for a conversation on "Choose Freedom, America's Role in the World and Supporting Democracy and Human Rights Abroad"

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156

For the third installment of Conversations on Europe for Spring 2020, join us for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion on 'Borders and Contested Memory in Northern Ireland' - CANCELLED

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Graham Center - GC150

Antisemitism has been called the world’s oldest hatred. It is a tangible threat not only to Jews, but also to the very fabric of democratic societies. POSTPONED

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Venue:FIU - MMC - GL 220

Join us for this 2nd "Coffee with the Consuls" conversation series featuring Consul General of Spain in Miami Cándido Creis Estrada. POSTPONED

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Venue:REMOTE

Conversations on Europe: Borders and Contested Memory in Northern Ireland. This event will be remote.

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library - GL 220

Join us for this roundtable with experts on Populism & Democratic Backsliding in Central/Eastern Europe.POSTPONED

April

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Venue:Webinar

As unemployment numbers continue to climb, FIU experts recently assessed the many ways the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the economy—from around the world to right here in South Florida.

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Venue:Webinar

The Dorothea Green Lecture Series and the European & Eurasian Studies Program will hold a recorded webinar on the Pandemics and Politics in Europe.

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Venue:Remote

For the last installment of Conversations on Europe for Spring 2020, join us for an interactive virtual roundtable discussion on 'The Importance of the Cathedral: Notre Dame One Year after the Fire'.

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Venue:Webinar

Join Ambassador Lambrinidis this Thursday for a virtual discussion with industry and policy experts on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on the energy and climate agenda. This event is organized by the Delegation of the European Union to the US.

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Venue:Webinar

The Atlantic Council and Friends of Europe present a timely discussion on the impact of foreign information operations in Europe.

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Venue:Webinar

Join the Center for European Policy Analysis for a discussion with the German and Swedish Ambassadors to the United States to address how their countries are approaching the pandemic, how members of the transatlantic community can support each other through this crisis, and where allies can cooperate moving forward to emerge from this crisis as a cohesive unit.

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Venue:Virtual Conference

Join The Hamilton Lugar School's Russian & East European Institute, Institute for European Studies, Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center, and Polish Studies Center at Indidana University Bloomington for a virtual mini-conference examining Europe and the existential challenges illuminated by COVID-19.

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Venue:Cable Podcast

Senior fellow, and Director of European & Eurasian Studies David J. Kramer joined the Institute of Current World Affairs to speak on Turkey and Russia in the midst of the pandemic, ranging from the healthcare response to the economic response of both governments.

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Venue:Webinar

Join European Union Ambassador to the United States, Stravos Lambrinidis, and European experts for a virtual discussion on transatlantic relations in the midst of COVID-19 . This event is organized by Delphi Economic Forum.

May

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Venue:Webinar

Join The Colorado European Union Center at the University of Colorado Boulder for this webinar on "Climate Change and Energy Sustainability: Lessons to be Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic"

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Laurent Gallissot, Consul General of France; and Andreas Siegel, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany gave their insights on Managing the Pandemic in France and Germany.

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Join the EU Delegation to the US for a virtual conversation with Elena Flores, European Commission Director for International Economic and Financial Relations and Global Governance, on the economic impact of COVID-19, EU Member States' and EU institutions' policy response, and how Europe is planning to restart economic growth and turn the page on the pandemic.

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Join the Colorado European Union Center at the University of Colorado Boulder for this webinar on "Future of the EU After the Coronavirus: Cohesion, Solidarity and Thickening of Integration"

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Venue:Virtually

Join the European Union Delegation and all EU Member States on the 70th anniversary of Europe Day with virtual activities from all over Europe across the Atlantic that can be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of your home.

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Venue:Webinar

The British Embassy and the Marshall Commission invites Fellowship advisors and University Faculty to attend a virtual webinar on MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS

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Venue:Webinar

Join top EU economists as they discuss the outlook for the European economy, the key measures taken by the European Union and its Member States, and some of the risks still facing the global economy.

June

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Venue:Webinar

The German Marshall Fund of the United States invites you to a timely virtual conversation focused on "Team Europe," the European Union’s global response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Venue:Webinar

Join the Brookings Institution for two panel discussions on "Rebuilding the Trans-Atlantic relation after COVID-19", as well as two keynote conversations, with Irish Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe and Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González Laya on these topics.

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Venue:Webinar

Join CEPA for a conversation with Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, Virginijus Sinkevičius to discuss the connection between economic recovery and investment in the European Green Deal, the role of digitalization, and the internal and external challenges that the EU might come across while working on implementing sustainable development goals.

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Venue:Webinar

Join European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager at the Atlantic Council for a virtual discussion on the EU’s economic strategy in response to the COVID-19 crisis, forthcoming EU digital policy initiatives, and growing support in the EU for digital sovereignty.

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Venue:Webinar

Join the British, French, Dutch and Canadian Consulates-General in Miami,for a discussion on International Perspectives on LGBTQ rights.

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Venue:Webinar

European Commission Vice President Věra Jourová will join CEPA for a fireside chat on how the EU is combating Russian and Chinese disinformation efforts, how the EU’s response to COVID-19 has changed over the course of the pandemic, and what the EU is doing to uphold the rule of law.

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Join the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies for this webinar with German Ambassador Emily Haber to hear first-hand perspectives on the European agenda for the coming six months.

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Venue:Webinar

This workshop is designed to give FIU faculty an overview on how to teach in a virtual format the European topics and the European Union.

July

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Venue:Webinar

Economic Policy Research Center in partnership with George W. Bush Presidential Center held a discussion - "Choose Freedom: Democracy and Human Rights as Key Components of U.S. Foreign Policy"

August

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Venue:Webinar

Join the European & Eurasian Studies program and the Ruth K. and Shepard Broad Distinguished Lecture Series for a discussion on "Power, Protests and Persona: Vladimir Putin and a Russia in Flux" with faculty experts who will explore the implications of these latest developments and a look at Vladimir Putin.

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Venue:Webinar

Join our faculty experts for this discussion on "World War II as Seen Today: Understanding the Legacy of the Conflict 75 Years Later"