Residency: April 10-14, 2017
"San Diego Global Forum: Europe Between Brexit and the Migration Crisis"
April 12, 2017
Former Prime Minister of Italy Enrico Letta, and current dean of the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po, shared his views on the changing priorities of the European Union with regard to the migration crisis and its shift toward foreign policy.
Enrico Letta is dean of the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po and the founder of Scuola di Politiche in Italy. He has served as Prime Minister of Italy (2013-14), as well as Minister for EU Affairs (1998-99), Minister for Industry, Commerce and Crafts (2000), Minister for Industry, Commerce and Crafts and Foreign Trade (2000-01) and as Undersecretary of State to the Prime Minister of the centre-left government led by Romano Prodi (2006-08).
He is the author of several books on international and economic affairs, with particular reference to EU enlargement. He graduated in international law at the University of Pisa and obtained a Ph.D. in EU law at the Sant’Anna School for Advanced Studies—Pisa.
During his residency, he will explore a range of topics, including the EU, international law and EU-U.S. relations.
Pacific Leadership Fellow Enrico Letta's public talk on "San Diego Global Forum: Europe Between Brexit and the Migration Crisis"
April 20, 2017 | By Sarah Pfledderer | GPS News
As part of his Pacific Leadership Fellowship, Enrico Letta derived new impressions of not only the EU-U.S. relationship but also the U.S.-Mexico one