Citizens for Global Solutions 2022 Annual Conference
November 10, 2022
The Streit Council participates in Citizens for Global Solutions' 2022 Annual Conference, represented by its Executive Director, Dr. Tiziana Stella. Participating as well is Dr. Glen T. Martin, Professor of Philosophy at Radford University, Dr. Joseph Baratta, Professor of History and Political Science at Worcester State University, and Sovaida Ma'ani Ewing, Director of CPGG: Center for Peace and Global Governance. The event focuses on Models of World Federation and how it might be structured and function, with Dr. Tiziana Stella presenting her "Union of Democracies" paper.
The Meta-West as a Geopolitical System
September 28, 2022
The Streit Council and its Executive Director, Dr. Tiziana Stella, joins the Foreign Policy Research Institute to discuss how international organizations and alliances, like NATO, the U.S.-Japan and U.S.-Korea alliances, and ANZUS can form a coherent alliance system to combat geopolitical challenges of the 21st Century.
Past, Present, and Future of International Organization
June 27, 2022
"How can governments better organize their relations not only to respond to such challenges, but to eradicate or at least mitigate their causes?" The Streit Council participates in a Wilson Center hosted webcast. The Streit Council's Executive Director, Dr. Tiziana Stella joins Campbell Craig, Professor of International Relations at Cardiff University, and Trygve Throntveit, Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Minnesota Humanities Center, to discuss critical periods of internationalist thinking and planning.
From a Summit for Democracy to a League of Democracies
December 6, 2021
"Democracy is facing multiple challenges, from social media-driven fake news to foreign interference in elections. Ever since the events of 9/11, democracy and human rights have been in retreat across the world according to Freedom House." The Streit Council and its Executive Director, Dr. Tiziana Stella, joins a virtual event hosted by the Coalition for a World Security Community of Democratic Nations. Dr. Stella is joined by Professor John Ikenberry, a Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University, Ash Jain, a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, Mariam Chikhladze, a fellow at the Alliance of Democracies Foundation, Didier Jacobs, the Vice-President of the Coalition for a World Security Community, and Richard Ponzio, the Director of Global Governance, Justice & Security at the Stimson Center.
How Democracy Survives: The Crisis of the Nation State
October 28-30, 2020
The Streit Council and its Executive Director, Dr. Tiziana Stella, joins the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future on a multi-day virtual conference discussing how democratic values and institutions can evolve and adapt to the growing challenges that are now destabilizing democratic nation states, such as climate change, resurgent nationalism, ethnic and religious conflicts, human rights abuses, and deepening levels of economic inequality. Dr. Stella participates in "The Evolution of Democratic Federalism" panel alongside Professor Philomila Tsoukala, a Professor of Law at Georgetown University, and Professor Michael Holm, a Senior Lecturer at Boston University.
Transatlantic Perspectives on Current Financial and Economic Developments
In conjunction with the State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program, the Streit Council for a Union of Democracies and the School of Public Policy at George Mason University hosted this roundtable discussion on economic developments in the EU, US and developing world.
Currency Without a Country: Death Throes or Growing Pains of the Euro?
May 4, 2010
The Streit Council for a Union of Democracies, with the Center for Transatlantic Relations, sponsored this panel discussion on recent fiscal challenges in the European Union.
Technological Imperatives of the Transatlantic Market
December 5, 2008
At the Dupont Summit the Streit Council for Union of Democracies sponsored this plenary sesion on the effects of the financial crisis on the transatlantic market.
For a Union of Europe with America
September 11, 2008
The Streit Council, the European Studies Department, and the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) co-sponsored this panel discussion featuring French Prime Minister Edouard Balladur.
The Case for a Union of the West
September 10, 2008
During his three-day visit to the US, former French Prime Minister Edouard Balladur participated in this roundtable discussion with several scholars. The discussion was followed by Balladur's presentation on his new book.
Edouard Balladur on the Urgency of a Union of America with Europe
September 9, 2008
To start his three-day visit sponsored by the Streit Council, former French Minister Edouard Balladur held a press conference about the current state of transatlantic cooperation.
Origins of Atlanticism
July 18, 2008
During the second annual board dinner of the Streit Council at the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC, Dr. Paul Rich, President of The Policy Studies Organization and Senior Professor at the University of the Americas in Puebla, Mexico, delivered a speech on the impact of early Atlanticist thinkers.
The Unification of Europe and the Modern-Day European Union (EU)
July 20, 2007
The Streit Council hosted a dinner and lecture given by Ettore Greco, Deputy Director, Institute of International Affairs (Rome). His address examined the current state of the European integration process.
Global Warming: Engaging the US at the G8 Summit
June 7, 2007
With the 2007 announcement by the G8 to take joint action on climate change, the Streit Council co-sponsored a panel discussion on global warming, which was scheduled to coincide with the G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany that took place from June 6-8, 2007.
Creating a Barrier-Free Transatlantic Market
April 30, 2007
The Streit Council and the National Press Club co-sponsored this discussion on the problems European and American leaders will face if there is an attempt to create a barrier-free transatlantic trade zone by 2015. This event was scheduled to coincide with the US-EU Summit. At the Summit, the US and EU established the Transatlantic Economic Council with a program of completing the transatlantic market through regulatory harmonization.
Problems of Democratization: Overextension and Consolidation
April 18, 2007
The Streit Council invited George Modelski to give a lecture at the American University in Washington, DC. His lecture explored recent trends in democratization around the world.
Transatlantic Cooperation on Climate Change: Germany's Agenda for the G8
March 1, 2007
At a lecture and roundtable discussion, Dr. Thomas Bagger, Deputy Head of Political Affairs at the German Embassy, Washington, DC talked about Germany's G8 agenda on climate change.
Transformation and the Transatlantic Relationship
October 16-19, 2006
Together with the Atlantic Council, the Streit Council hosted a four day seminar on transformation and the transatlantic relationship.
Global Threats, Atlantic Structures
September 21-22, 2006
At the Hudson Institute, the Streit Council co-sponsored a conference with former Spanish Prime Minister Jose-Maria Aznar. Speakers discussed the advanteges of Atlantic unity when dealing with global threats.
Atlanticism in 20th Century U.S. Foreign Policy
June 24, 2005
The Streit Council organized a panel discussion at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations. The panel discussed US foreign policy and the implications for the EU-US relations.
Euro-Atlantic Integration and Russia after September 11th
May 30-31, 2002
This conference in Moscow centered on key issues related to European integration policies and their implications for Russia. It outlined the measures Russia can take in order to stregthen its relations with the EU and US.