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Nanovic Institute supports exclusive FTT Cannes documentary

Nanovic faculty fellow Aaron Magnan-Park took a team of eight current and former ND film students to the Cannes Film Festival this past May to create a documentary on the internship program run by the American Pavillion. The Nanovic Institute for European Studies was the first sponsor to commit to...

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Major New Archive in Russian History

Thanks to the efforts of faculty fellow Semion Lyandres (History) and crucial seed funding from the Nanovic Institute, Notre Dame has now unveiled a significant archive of primary documents that shed new light on the origins of modern Russia. Acquired from Zinaida Leonidovna Polievktova-Nikoladze in Tblisi, Georgia, the archive contains...

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Full Court Press in Europe

Now that August vacations are over in Europe, the European Movement  is back in the game, pressing hard for economic and political unification, making headlines. Here are some of the recent statements: European Central Bank…

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Waiting for Karlsruhe

The German Constitutional Court is expected next week to issue its judgment on whether the proposed European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is congruent with Germany's Basic Law. A "no" would be clear but cause widespread consternation. Even a "maybe" or "partially" will considerably lengthen the process of jointly addressing Europe's (massive)...

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