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Discover the Spring 2020 European courses available for the European & Eurasian Studies Certificate
This Spring 2020, the European Studies Center, a Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh is organizing a virtual roundtable series on "Conversations on Europe".
Out of an abundance of caution due to the current health concerns, many events have been postponed this month.
Discover the Fall 2020 Undergraduate European courses available for the European & Eurasian Studies Certificate
David Kramer, Director, European & Eurasian Studies and Havel Program's Senior Fellow, joined the hosts of The Cable (a podcast produced by the Institute of Current World Affairs) to discuss the pandemic's effects on Russia and Turkey and their governments' responses.
Read the last article David J. Kramer, Director of European & Eurasian Studies wrote on 'Georgia and the Pandemic'
Our FIU European experts shared their expertise on Pandemics and Politics in Europe.
70 years after the Schuman declaration, Europe faces a crisis which makes standing together more important than ever. Today we remember how Europeans made history in 1950 and pay tribute to those who are making history today. Read the Schuman declaration
Laurent Gallissot, Consul General of France in Miami, and Andreas T. Siegel, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, gave their insights on the pandemic in France and Germany.
May 8th marks the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe, read the speech by High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell
Watch the interview on Russia updates with David J. Kramer, and why we should be paying attention.
Read the last opinion paper written by David J. Kramer: ‘The Pandemic, Democracy, and the United States: Implications for Black Sea Region.'