Conference: New Allies and the New U.S. Adminstration: Priorities for CEE-U.S. Relations, Washington, 1.10.2008
We are pleased to invite you to a conference co-hosted by the CSIS New
European Democracies Project and the Foundation for Democracy, Culture
and Liberty, Romania. The sponsors of this event, representing
diaspora communities from Europe's newest democracies, include the
Hungarian American Coalition, the United Macedonian Diaspora, the
American Polish Forum, American Friends of the Czech Republic, Friends
of Slovakia, the Georgian Association in the United States of America,
Inc., the Lithuanian American Community, the National Albanian
American Council, the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, the
American Hungarian Federation, and the Joint Baltic American National
Committee, representing the Estonian American National Council, the
American Latvian Association, and the Lithuanian American Council.
Ahead of the upcoming U.S. presidential election, the symposium will
examine the strategic relationship between the United States and the
Central and East European states (CEE) for the purpose of generating
concrete policy recommendations for the incoming U.S. administration.
The conference will be held on Thursday, October 2, 2008 at CSIS in
This timely event will feature representatives from the two U.S.
presidential candidates (Republican and Democrat), and the
participation of diaspora leaders, regional experts, analysts,
business representatives, scholars, and the media.
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