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The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Résidence Palace
Rue de la Loi 155 Wetstraat
1040 Brussels, Belgium
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Tel: +32 2 238 5270
Fax: +32 2 238 5299
E-mail: infobrussels@gmfus.org

Please note that building works are taking place around Résidence Palace. This map shows you how to find our office.

 


Established in 2001, GMF’s Brussels office helps strengthen transatlantic cooperation by providing a better understanding of the implications of a more integrated Europe for the United States and the effect this has on U.S.-EU relations and NATO.

The Brussels office has become a key forum for policymakers and scholars working on U.S.-European issues. The office pursues a range of activities that include hosting outside speakers; hosting in-house Transatlantic Fellows who conduct research on important transatlantic issues; convening conferences and seminars; and coordinating signature GMF programs like the Marshall Memorial Fellowship. At a time when the U.S.-European foreign policy agenda is broadening, the Brussels office pursues programs to foster transatlantic dialogue on issues ranging from the structure a new U.S.-EU relationship, economic issues, the rise of Asia, and cooperation in the broader Middle East and Black Sea regions.

The Brussels office has established itself as an important place for dialogue and debate in the heart of Brussels. It is a conduit for presenting American perspectives on Europe and gives Americans a better sense of where the EU and NATO are heading. The office works closely with GMF’s offices in Europe and its Washington headquarters. The office’s executive director is Dr. Ian O. Lesser.

Analysis

Japan-Europe, New Frontiers of Security Cooperation
December 10, 2014
On December 10th, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) hosted Tomohiko Taniguchi, special advisor to the cabinet of Prime Minister Shin
The Legacy of ’89 – Implications for Europe Today
December 16, 2014
GMF’s Young Transatlantic Network and the U. S. Mission to the European Union are pleased to invite you to a discussion on The Legacy of '89 - Imp
Moldova’s Voting Voices: Citizens Call for Less Corruption, More Europe
, December 04, 2014
GMF spoke with Moldovan citizen Victoria Bucutaru regarding the elections that took place on November 30, 2014 in Moldova.
Moldova’s Voting Voices: What Election Results Will Mean for the Transnistria Issue
, December 01, 2014
George Balan, director for the Bureau for Integration of the Republic of Moldova, spoke to GMF to explain how the results of the elections will affect the country’s integration talks with Transnistria.