May 2, 2013

Events in and around the EUSA Conference in Baltimore (May 8-11): the "ASEAN-EU: Dynamics of Interregionalism" Conference at American University, Washington DC (May 13)

Numerous network members will be participating in the EUSA Conference in Baltimore on May 9-11 (program downloadable here) and we're looking forward to seeing many of you there.  Of special note, on Thursday, May 9, the JCMS will sponsor a special lecture by network member Andrew Moravcsik (Princeton).

In addition, for those of you remaining in the Baltimore/Washington area beyond the weekend, the School of International Service (SIS) at American University in Washington DC is hosting a conference in Room 120 SIS on Monday, May 13, entitled "ASEAN-EU: Dynamics of Interregionalism" (full program here).  The conference is organized by Amitav Acharya, UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance and Chair of the ASEAN Studies Center; network member Michelle Egan, Jean Monnet Professor; and Pek Koon Heng, ASEAN Studies Director, School of International Service, American University, Washington DC.  The keynote luncheon speaker Michael Fuchs, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategic and Multilateral Affairs, East Asian and Pacific Affairs, State Department will speak on issues pertaining to the U.S. and EU strategic dialogue on Asia.

For those interested in attending in person, you can RSVP here.  For those interested in following the live-stream, the link is here.  American University (AU) is located in North West Washington DC. AU’s main campus is located at 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016.  The closest subway (the Metro) station to AU is the Tenleytown-AU stop on the Red line. There is a free campus shuttle bus from the Metro stop. The university is a ten minute walk from the Metro.  On campus parking is available in the garage below the SIS Building. The parking is located at the intersection of New Mexico Avenue and Nebraska Avenue.

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