Tuesday, December 20, 2016

CALL FOR PAPERS: 21st Transatlantic Policy Symposium

21st Transatlantic Policy Symposium
Friday, February 10, 2017
Washington, DC
CALL FOR PAPERS
 
Resilience in a Changing World: The Transatlantic Relationship Going Forward
 
Internal and external forces in Europe and the United States are reshaping the transatlantic relationship, presenting a variety of challenges and opportunities. Analyzing these trends is crucial to understanding and shaping the transatlantic relationship going forward. The 2017 Transatlantic Policy Symposium (TAPS) at Georgetown University will bring together established experts in the transatlantic community with an upcoming generation of thinkers to discuss these and related topics.  We are seeking papers that address the forces affecting the future of the transatlantic relationship.
 
Potential topics may include:
  • How do the financial crisis, trade issues, and the institutional challenges of Brexit threaten economic cooperation between the United States and the European Union?
  • In what ways do new security challenges to Europe, such as a resurgent Russia and threats from terrorism, affect transatlantic cooperation on security policy?
  • How can the United States and Europe work together to solve crises outside of their respective borders, such as in Syria?
  • How are European and American perceptions of each other changing?
Rolling Deadline: Review and selection will begin December 5, but papers will be accepted until December 26 at 5 p.m. EST.
Send submission materials to: Submissions@TAPSGeorgetown.com

Submission Requirements:
  • Submissions should be 750-1500 words and relate to the fields of politics, security, economics, history, or culture.
  • Papers must include policy recommendations for the US, EU, or both and will be compiled into a briefing book after the symposium.
  • Applicants should use their papers to express clear and concrete opinions, assessments, criticisms, and recommendations.
  • Papers must be in English.
  • References should be made in the Chicago/Turabian style.
  • Please include a CV or resume, in English.
  • Participation is limited to currently enrolled Master’s and Doctoral candidates.
 The BMW Center for German and European Studies will contribute to travel expenses for select panelists

This material is cross-posted from Carmen Iezzi Mezzera  and appears to be an interesting opportunity for the Humphrey community.   This is meant for information sharing purposes only. 

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