The BMW Center for German and European Studies
invites you to:
A New Era for Transatlantic Relations? Perceptions from Europe and the U.S.
A conference at Georgetown University
Schedule of Events
9:15am: Introduction and Welcome
Natividad Fernández Sola, Prince of Asturias Distinguished Visiting Professor, BMW Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University
Robert Jervis (Columbia University): If Countries have Permanent Interests but Not Permanent Friends or Enemies, How Has the Western Alliance Endured?
Moderator: Angela Stent, Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies
10:45am: Coffee Break
11:00am: Panel I
Daniel Hamilton (SAIS, Johns Hopkins University): Is there an economic bridge for a political Split?
Robert Lieber (Georgetown University): Transatlantic Imperatives and the Problem of US Leadership
Michael Smith (Warkick University): Legitimacy and contestation in transatlantic relations (Presented and discussed by Spencer Boyer)
Discussant: Spencer Boyer, BMW Center for German and European Studies
1:30pm: Panel II
David Garcia Cantalapiedra (Complutense University): Transatlantic Relations, International Order and Alliance Security Dilemma
Ruben Herrero (Complutense University): Transatlantic Relations: geopolitics of images and perceptions
Discussant: Dieter Dettke, BMW Center for German and European Studies
This conference is made possible with support from the Endesa Corporation, the Prince of Asturias Chair in Spanish Studies, the EU Studies Association (EUSA), and the EU Delegation to the US.