THE EUROPEAN UNION-UNITED STATES RELATIONS AFTER THE US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

The Jean Monnet Chair of the University of Miami organized a round table discussion held on November 20, 2012, on "The European Union-United States relations after the US presidential election". Participants were Gaël de Maisonneuve, Consul General of France, Maxime Larivé, EU Center 'Jean Monnet Fellow', Ambler H. Moss, Jr., Professor of International Studies, and Joaquín Roy, Director, EU Center, and Wolker Anding, former German Consul General in Miami.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 12:30-2:30pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Participants:
Gaël de Maisonneuve
Consul General of France

Maxime Larivé
EU Center 'Jean Monnet Fellow'

Ambler H. Moss, Jr.
Professor of International Studies

Joaquín Roy
Director, EU Center 

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AN EVER WIDER EUROPE? EU'S ENLARGEMENT AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD POLICY

Monday, November 19, 2012, 3:30-4:30pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Dina Moulioukova
University of Miami
Ph. D. Candidate Coordinator of the EUEAST Observatory Miami European Union Center

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"THE EUROPEAN UNION'S ROLE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN"

Monday, November 19, 2011, 4:30-6pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Astrid Boening
University of Miami
Associate Researcher and Coordinator of the EUMED Observatory

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THE EUROPEAN UNION'S SOUTHERN NEIGHBORS: NORTH AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 12:30-2:30pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Astrid Boening
University of Miami
Associate Researcher and Coordinator of the EUMED Observatory

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THE EASTERN NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: TOWARDS A WIDER EUROPE

Tuesday, October 30, 2012,12:30-1pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Dina Moulioukova
Research Assistant EU Center University of Miami

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THE STATE(S) OF THE UNION(S): EUROPE'S CRISIS AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Friday, October 26, 2012, 12:00-1.10pm
Institute for European Studies at VUB Pleinlaan/Boulevard de la Pleine 5, in 1050 Brussels, 1st floor.

Presentation by: 
Joachim Koops
Free University of Brussels and
Joaquin Roy
University of Miami

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HUMAN RIGHTS AS CIVIL RIGHTS: EXPERIENCE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

As part of the outreach program of the Jean Monnet Chair and the EU Center, Joaquín Roy gave a lecture at Miami Dade College (Inter American campus), on the occasion of the celebration of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights Program, on the topic of “Human Rights as Civil Rights: the Experience of the European Union”, on October 17, 2012.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 3:30-5:00PM
Miami Dade College
7th and 6th Street SW on 27th Ave, Room 3103

Presentation by: 
Joaquin Roy 
University of Miami

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Michael Lenahan, professor at MD


THE PAIN IN SPAIN: THE ECONOMY AND THE CATALAN QUESTION

Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 12.30-2.30pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
María Lorca-Susino
Lecturer, International Studies and Economics

Ambler H. Moss, Jr.
Professor of International Studies

Joaquín Roy
Director, EU Center

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Joaquín Roy completed a program of activities as set by the EU Commission grant for the chair “ad personam”, composed of lectures at universities, participation in conferences and research interviews carried out at international and regional integration organizations. In Lima, Perú, he gave a lecture entitled “La Unión Europea en crisis: consecuencias para América Latina” at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú on October 4, 2012. He then coordinated a workshop on EU-LA relations and integration, under the theme of “El estado de las relaciones Unión Europea-América Latina y la integración regional” held at the Academic Summit of EU-LA relations, on October 9, 2012. In the same Peruvian capital he gave a lecture on “La integración latinoamericana en tiempos de crisis de la UE” at the Lima campus of the Universidad de Piura on October 10, 2012. After holding interviews at the Delegation of the EU in Lima and at the headquarters of the Andean Community, he went north to Piura, where he lectured on “Las relaciones entre Estados Unidos y la Unión Europea” and on “Las relaciones entre la Unión Europea y América Latina antes de la Cumbre”.

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Carlos Hakansson (Dean, School of Law, University of Piura), and faculty, Héctor Casanueva (CELARE), Jordan Barbulescu (University of Bucarest)

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COMPARATIVE REGIONAL INTEGRATION: THE EU AND LATIN AMERICA IN THE TIME OF CRISIS

Professor Joaquín Roy was invited by the European Union Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, to give a lecture on "Comparative regional integration: the EU and Latin America in the time of crisis", on Sep 28, 2012.

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Brian Enders, Director, and Matthew Rosenstein, Associate Director


GLOBALIZATION, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE AMERICAS

Tuesday, September 25, 2012, 3.30-4.30pm
Whitten Learning Center Room #110, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Christian Leffler
European External Action Service

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Professor Ambler Moss and Germany Ambassador Volker Anding

Christian Leffler, Joaquín Roy and Maxime Larive


EUROPEAN IDENTITY IN HARD TIMES: EUROPEANISM AND THE EUROCRISIS

Monday, September 10, 2012, 5:00-6:00pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Markus Thiel
Florida International University

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GERMANY'S ATTITUDE ON THE EU CRISIS

The Jean Monnet Chair of the University of Miami offered a guest talk and discussion on the topic of "Germany's attitude on the EU crisis", with a presentation by Jan-Frederik Kremer, researcher and the University of Bonn, on September 4, 2012.

Tuesday, September 7, 2012, 1:30-2:30pm
Ferré 126, University of Miami

Presentation by: 
Jan-Frederik Kremer
University of Bonn

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Jan-Frederik Kremer and Astrid Boening


Joaquin Roy, Jean Monnet Chair "ad personam", and Director, European Union Center at the University of Miami, has increased his media outreach contributions. He was invited to maintain a personal international affairs blog and write columns for the prestigious Spanish newspaper El Paísblogs.elpais.com/atlantis

The Madrid-based daily, with independent editions in several Spanish cities, the most prestigious of the Spanish speaker world, is a product of the rebirth of Spanish democracy in 1976. It has a daily circulation of 424,000, climbing to 530,000 on Sundays. It has several international editions printed in a dozen foreign capitals. Its internet editions, open freely to readers, is certified as having over 5 million hits.

He also has started regular commentaries for asecond blog in El Huffington Post, the Spanish version of the on-line U.S. publication. Partially own by El País

 In El País, through the motto of “Atlantis”, he deals with the triangular relationshi of Europe, the United States and Latin America. In the Huffington he will specialize on U.S. issues, with analysis on the background and consequences of the presidential election. His recent column dealt with the Republican convention. His most recent contributions in El País were on Cuba, Spanish-Latin American relations, the economic crisis in Europe, French and Greek elections, and general aspects of trans-Atlantic relations. He contributes with regular columns to about fifty newspapers around the world, through Inter Press Service (IPS) and as an independent columnist to El Nuevo HeraldLa Prensa de NicaraguaClarin of Buenos Aires and Cinco Dias of Madrid. His frequent radio and television interviews include commentaries in the international affairs programs of CNN en español, where his most recent intervention was on the Libyan crisis.