The Second Annual Women of Color in Transatlantic Leadership Forum: Diversifying Defense, Diplomacy, and Development

The Second Annual Women of Color in Transatlantic Leadership Forum will convene over 100 distinguished women of color leaders from across sectors to discuss the foreign policy and national security issues most pressing to the transatlantic space, and to encourage women of color to continue pursuing opportunities to advance the international and transatlantic component of their leadership. 

Turkey–U.S. and Turkey–EU Relations: Who is Rejoicing When Three Parties Quarrel?

Discussants

  • Güven Sak, Managing Director, The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV)
  • Ian Lesser, Vice President, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
  • Özgür Ünlühisarcıklı, Director of the Ankara Office, The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Moderator

  • Kadri Taştan, TOBB Senior Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States

MED at European Forum Alpbach: Democracy at Stake — What Role for Participatory Policymaking?

New models of political representation and civic involvement are emerging and challenging estab­lished concepts and institutions. How should national parliamentarians respond to these new developments and this rapidly changing environment? What are the ways of engaging a di­verse set of citizens while remaining true to recog­nized channels of decision-making? Do these new ideas hold the potential to make democracies more resilient or are they destabilizing societies?

Dr. Annamarie B. Šehović