The program will take Jackson School of International Studies (JSIS) students to the University of Washington Rome Center for a firsthand look at the historical, political, and cultural issues that will help define the new Europe.
The program will make use of the unique setting in Rome, home of key embassies, international organizations and the NATO Defense College. Students will share apartments in Rome, and the city will be the focus of all aspects of the program. This program will provide exceptional opportunity to understand the new Europe and the challenges of defining and sustaining the European economy, European security, and assessing possible policy responses.
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