Join Us This Week to Hear Our Last Thursday Morning Academic Lecture Series Presenter week over 200 people enjoyed Fiona Hill’s presentation on “Barbarians at the Gate? The EU Confronts the Outside World.”

Join us this Thursday, January 26th, to hear Gregory Maniatis from the Migration Policy Institute discuss “Why Should We Care? The Strategic and Human Significance of the Mediterranean Refugee Crisis.”  Single tickets ($30) will be available at the door. A. Maniatis is Senior Advisor to Peter Sutherland, the UN Special Representative for Migration, Senior Advisor at the Open Society Foundations, Senior Fellow at the Migration Policy Institute, and a co-director of Columbia University’s Global Policy Initiative. Over the past 15 years, Mr. Maniatis has worked closely with the European Commission, EU member state governments, the European Parliament, international organizations, and civil society groups on all aspects of migration policy. 

There is still time to purchase your tickets for the conclusion of our Academic Lecture Series on Monday evening, January 30th.  There will be a reception at 7:30pm and the lecture will begin at 8:00pm. Constanze Stelzenmüller from the Brookings Institution will speak about “America’s Most Essential Alliance.”  Some single tickets ($30) for the Monday evening lecture & reception will be available at the door. Stelzenmüller, an expert on German, European, and transatlantic foreign and security policy and strategy, is the inaugural Robert Bosch senior fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings. Prior to working at Brookings, she was a senior transatlantic fellow with the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF), where she directed the influential Transatlantic Trends survey program. Her areas of expertise include: transatlantic relations; German foreign policy; NATO; the European Union’s foreign, security, and defense policy; international law; and human rights.

Click to purchase Monday evening tickets online and for more details about our speakers.