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In June 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Gerard Roland gave the keynote address at the Second World Congress of Comparative Economics in St. Petersburg. You can read more about the congress here.

In June 2017, IES Senior Fellow Zachary Shore spoke about the conflict in Eastern Ukraine and the possibility of a war in North Korea at a Panel discussion with Graham Allison, Patrick Cronin, June Teufel Dreyer, and Toshi Yoshihara at the annual conference of the Center for a New American Security, Washington, DC. Watch his statement on Youtube

In June 2017, IES Director Jeroen Dewulf participated in a panel discussion on the effects of the UK and French elections for Europe for the Scholars' Circle. Listen to the discussion.

In May 2017, IES Senior Fellow David C. Large wrote about the election of French President Emmanuel Macron for the magazine Foreign Policy. You can read his article here.

In April 2017, IES affiliated faculty Jonah D. Levy wrote an article about the presidential elections in France for the Washington Post. You can read it here.

In April 2017, IES affiliated faculty member John Connelly wrote an article for The Nation on the Central European University in Hungary. You can read it here.

In April 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Katerina Linos was selected for a prestigious Andrew Carnegie fellowship. In her research, Linos will be pursuing a research project titled “Refugees Misdirected: Information Barriers in the Exercise of Legal Rights.” Read more about Prof. Linos’ fellowship.

In March 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Katerina Linos spoke on CCTV Global Business how Google is under pressure in the EU. You can watch the interview here.

In February 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Barry Eichengreen published a column on the Euro in Bloomberg View. His column entitled Don't Sell the Euro Short: It's Here to Stay. You can read it here.

In February, March and April 2017, IES visiting scholar Matt Beech (Univ. of Hull) was interviewed by CNBC, the BBC and Cal TV on the consequences of Brexit for the UK and US-British relations. You can listen to his BBC interview, watch him on Cal TV and CNBC. He also compared the UK's Labour Party to the US's Democrats for CalTV.


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