The Atlantic Council of the U.S. will send a delegation of students and faculty to the Atlantic Treaty Association's Meeting in Rome Italy, December 1-3, 2004.
The conference will focus on the future of Euro-Atlantic Security, ESDP, capabilities development, transatlantic interoperability, and challenges to energy security, as well as youth-specific activities. While the agenda remains in progress, anticipated speakers include Presidents Moisiu of Albania, Mesic of Croatia, and Crvenkovski of tFYROM, as well as Scott Amb. R. Nicholas Burns, U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO.
To Apply: Students must submit a cover letter, resume, and brief essay on the topic “How can a stronger sense of transatlantic community be cultivated?“
Faculty should submit a CV.
Cost: $350; Students: $175; plus airfare, accommodations, and personal expenses
Deadline: All materials must be received by November 8.
Notes: Non-U.S. citizens should contact their national associations. For information, please see http://www.ata.atlant.dk.
Carmen K. Iezzi
Atlantic Council of the United States
BEFORE OCT 30:
910 17th Street, NW, Suite 1000,
Washington, DC 20006
AFTER NOV 1:
1101 15th Street, NW, 11th Floor,
Washington DC 20005
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