Past events at Elcano Royal Institute, Autumn 2016

Elcano21.09.2016 – Seminar ‘’Energy Perspectives in Europe and the United States following the COP21’’. Organized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Spain (AmChamSpain) and Elcano Royal Institute. A conference with the goal of analyzing energy prospects in Europe and the U.S. in light of COP21 in Paris.

24.10.2016 – Debate ‘’USA 2016: an atypical electoral process’’. Organized by Elcano Royal Institute and Fundación Botín. Participants in the debate: Brian Baird, former member of the House of Representatives (Democratic Party), Dan Miller, former member of the House of Representatives (Republican Party), Paul Isbell, Senior Fellow at the Center for Transatlantic Relations, Johns Hopkins University SAIS, Carlota García Encina, Elcano Royal Institute Analyst. Moderated by Charles Powell, Director of the Elcano Royal Institute.

03.11.2016 – Roundtable ‘’European Security after Brexit’’. Organized by Elcano Royal Institute and Ifri. Speakers: Nicolás Pascual de la Parte, Permanent Representative of Spain to the PSC, H. E. Pierre Sellal, Permanent Representative of France to the EU, Thomas Gomart, Ifri, and Charles Powell, Director of the Elcano Royal Institute.

15.11.2016 – Forum ‘’4th Elcano Forum on Global Terrorism: Prevention of Violent Radicalization, De-radicalization and Terrorist Rehabilitation’’. Organized by Elcano Royal Institute with the participation of the US Embassy in Madrid, International Institute, and American Space Madrid. The forum focused on substantive knowledge and critical assessment of practical experiences about prevention of violent radicalization, as well as initiatives aiming at de-radicalization and rehabilitation. Speakers included academic experts, local leaders, and specialized practitioners from Spain, France, Belgium, Sweden, United States, Israel, Morocco and Singapore.

29 – 30.11.2016 – Seminar: ‘’Spain and Israel. Dialogue and perspectives’’. Organized by Elcano Royal Institute, Embassy of Israel to Spain, Centro Sefarad Israel, and Universidad de Vitoria. A seminar dedicated to the history, analysis, and future of Hispano-Israeli relations in the broad sense.