Lectures on Transatlantic Relations
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In its endeavor to reach out to the general public and present topnotch speakers on current issues dealing with U.S.-European relations, the RSC features its popular series Lectures on Transatlantic Relations.
The following lectures have been held at the RSC since 2005.
Dean J. Kotlowski
"Franklin D. Roosevelts Legacy in Film and Television"
David B. Woolner
"The Four Freedoms and Global Security: A Legacy for Today and Tomorrow."
'Soundtrack of Liberation'
'U.S.-Dutch Relations: Shared Priorities for a Changing World'
'Nonviolent security: political pacifism and peace activism in modern America'
'An American in Amsterdam'
Jeroen van der Veer
'Thoughts for Your Energy'
'Nine Future Plagues to Face by the Transatlantic Community'
'Transatlantic Relations in the Obama Era: A NATO Perspective'
Arthur Docters van Leeuwen
'Financial Crisis: Time for Transatlantic Regulation?'
'Barack Obama and a New Way of Foreign Policy Making'
'The Paradox of American Learning'
'The Netherlands, NATO, and Afghanistan'
'Putin's Russia and the West: Troubled Waters?'
A Celebration: 20 years RSC
15 November 2006
Bart Jan Spruyt
'U.S. Neoconservatism and the Netherlands'
Karel van Wolferen
'The Bush Administration and Europe: The End of the Transatlantic Alliance?'