Congratulations to five CES Senior Thesis Grant Recipients for winning the Hoopes Prize for outstanding research on Europe.
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Margot Mai came to Harvard to pursue medicine but discovered anthropology in her sophomore year. She spent last summer working at a French NGO helping to rehabilitate Nigerian sex workers.
The Eurozone crisis has opened fault lines between German economists and policymakers and those in a number of Eurozone (in particular periphery) countries. A new eBook – published as a result of a workshop at CES – explains the historical development of the ordoliberal school of economics and its influence on German policymaking, and contrasting it critically with what we like to call the Anglo-Saxon-Latin pragmatism of economic policymaking.
Donald Trump’s contempt for American political institutions is only the latest chapter in a history of opportunistic attacks against them.
Will France's new Republican Leader Laurent Wauquiez win over dismayed Front National voters and challenge Emmanuel Macron in the 2020 presidential run?
Europe's challenges – from transatlantic relations to populism – are assessed by leading experts at 2017 Summit on the Future of Europe