Archive for the ‘Europe’ Category

17
Feb

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On March 6th IE will host Ms. Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade, for a discussion with our students and faculty on the much debated Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the trade agenda and priorities of Europe.

Since assuming office in November 2014 as the new Commissioner for Trade under the Juncker Commission Ms. Malmström has been leading the negotiations of the TTIP with the objective of reaching a balanced and reasonable agreement with the U.S. that respects Europe’s safety, health, social and data protection standards, and Europe’s cultural diversity.

Previously, Ms. Malmström served as European Commissioner for Home Affairs (2010-2014) and as Minister for EU Affairs in the Swedish Government (2006-2010). She was Vice-President of Folkpartiet (Swedish Liberal Party) from 2007 to 2010, Member of Folkpartiet Party Executive (2001-2010), and Member of the European Parliament (1999-2006).

For more information on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) please visit this LINK.

 

The event will take place from 1.00pm to 2:30pm (Room S-105, Calle Serrano 105). Please, register here: https://clubs.ie.edu/iecampuslife/rsvp?id=200001878

30
Jan
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Arantza de Areilza, Dean of IE School of International Relations, interviews Danilo Türk, former President of the Republic of Slovenia, on the changing security landscape of Europe

23
Jan

Greek elections: A duel between reason and unreason inside Syriza

Written on January 23, 2015 by Waya Quiviger in Europe, Op Ed

Alexis TsiprasPlato, the Ancient Greek philosopher, thought human beings make correct choices when one part of the soul, rationality, prevails over another part, irrational desire. After Sunday’s parliamentary elections, the fate of modern Greece may likewise hang on a duel between reason and unreason inside Syriza, the radical leftwing party tipped to lead the next government. Will rationality prevail?

By Tony Barber (FT). Read more here.

 

Photo: Bloomberg

 

12
Jan

Danilo-TurkOn January 19th, the IE School of International Relations will host Danilo Türk, former President of Slovenia. In his conference, Mr. Türk will address the changing security landscape of Europe, 40 years after the Helsinki Final Act was signed.

This session will take place from 16:30 to 18:00 (room MMB603, María de Molina 31bis). Previously, Mr. Danilo Türk will attend the IE Business Leadership Forum, where key players meet to examine challenges in the fields of economy, politics and management.

9
Jan

After the attack on the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead and five injured, Twitter comments are pouring in from around the world.

Many take the form of one of the magazine’s specialties, cartoons. Foreign Policy has compiled some of them here.

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