Monday, November 21, 2011

U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum in Prague

On October 26-27, I spoke on a panel on "The EU After Greece: Toward a Two-Tiered Europe?" during a conference organized by the DC-based Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), where I published my two recent papers on New Europe's Golden Age and on the Warsaw Consensus, the new growth model for New Europe.

More info from CEPA's website:

"CEPA convened the third meeting of The U.S.-Central Europe Strategy Forum in Prague, Czech Republic. The Forum brought together a wide range of policy experts from both sides of the Atlantic, along with numerous mid-level policy professionals and leading authorities on U.S.-Central European relations, for a sustained dialogue on the state of America’s relations with its allies in the region."

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