Reactions to the Paris shootings show France is looking outward
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CES Affiliate Art Goldhammer shares his perspective on the Paris attacks.
Cambridge, MA – Harvard’s Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) today announced that Radosław Sikorski, an accomplished public servant and practitioner of public policy, will join CES as a non-resident Senior Fellow.
Harvard History professor and CES Resident Faculty Niall C. Ferguson will leave Cambridge for Stanford’s Hoover Institution after 12 years.
2015 Summit on the Future of Europe discussion on Europe's refugee crisis is covered by the Harvard Gazette
Yascha Mounk writes in Vox "With Stanley’s passing, the world has lost not only his charm, his kindness, and his knowledge. It has lost a model for what it means to be a scholar, an intellectual, and a mensch."
Lewis remembers Hoffmann whose "mild manner commanded attention and respect without any need for bravado" and who "was utterly unconcerned by rank and hierarchy."
Art Goldhammer, CES Affiliate, pays tribute to Stanley Hoffmann
Stanley Hoffmann, CES Founder & Harvard Scholar of International Relations and French Politics, dies at 86
Elaine Papoulias comments on the challenges facing Greece after its recent deal with Europe