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November 25, 2014. Lecture by Laurent Bonnefoy. Quelques réflexions sur les trajectoires jihadistes : Péninsule arabique, Europe et Amérique du Nord. Université de Montréal,Room Michel Fortmann (530-1-1). CEPSI – Centre d’études sur la paix et la sécurité internationale,3744 Jean-Brillant, 5th floor.
November 28, 2014. Lecture by Matthias Matthijs, School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University. Reading Kindleberger in Washington and Berlin: Ideas and Leadership in a Time of Crisis. McGill,University,Room 808, Leacock building. 855 Sherbrooke Street West
November 29, 2014. European Central Banking after the Global Financial Crisis. McGill University
Schulich New Music Building, A-832 (eighth floor). Invitation only.
October 17, 2014. Lecture by Stefano Guzzini, Department of Government, Uppsala University. Why Berlusconi?
October 16, 2014. Lecture by Stefano Guzzini, Department of Government, Uppsala University. “La pensée géopolitique en Europe.”
October 10, 2014. Lecture by Jonathan Slapin, Department of Political Science, University of Houston. ” How European Union Membership Can Undermine the Rule of Law in Emerging Democracies.”
October 3, 2014. Lecture by Hillary Appel, Department of Government, Claremont McKenna College. “Who is to Blame for Falling Corporate Taxes in Europe?”
September 26, 2014. Lecture by John Campbell, Department of Sociology, Dartmouth College and John Hall, Department of Sociology, McGill University regarding: Small States, Nationalism and Institutional Capacities: The Paradox of Danish and Irish Responses to the Financial Crisis. Link to event.
June 11, 2014. 7.30-9.00am. “The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union: Towards New Models of Free Trade?”
As part of the International Economic Forum of the Americas, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and its annual Conference of Montreal, the EUCE and the Cérium organize a breakfast meeting on the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement in a comparative perspective. The speakers will also address the free-trade negotiations between the EU and the United States and the EU and the Asian continent.
May 8-10 2014. 10th ECSA-C Biennial Conference. Please click here for more information.