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Monday, February 10, 2014

Re-rebalancing: America, Europe and the New Silk Road

Mircea Dan Geoana, the former President of the Romanian Senate will reflect on new, global connections in his public address as part of the Future of Diplomacy Project's International Speaker Series.

He is the President of the Aspen Institute Romania since 2006, and member of the board of Aspen Institute US, Aspen Italia and Aspen Germany. He remains a Romanian Senator and served as Chairman of the Romanian Social-Democrat Party (PSD) between 2005 and 2010 and the Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Romanian Senate and member in the European Integration Joint Committee of the Romanian Parliament. In January 2006, he was elected Chairman of the Socialist International Committee for South-Eastern Europe.

Previous to his political career, Mircea Geoana had a successful diplomatic activity. Appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the United States of America at age 37, in February 1996, he was the youngest ambassador in the Romanian diplomatic corps. From 2000 to 2004, Mircea Geoana served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania. In this capacity, throughout the first year in office, he also served as OSCE Chairman-in-Office in 2001. During 2005 he was the personal representative of OSCE Chairman in office for Georgia. An alumnus of the Polytechnic Institute and, respectively, the Law School at the University of Bucharest, Mircea Geoana graduated in 1992 the "Ecole Nationale d'Administration" in Paris, France. He graduated in 1999 the World Bank Group Executive Development Program at the Harvard Business School. He holds a PhD in world economy at the Economic Studies Academy of Bucharest.

Mircea Geoana served as professor at the National School for Political and Administration Sciences and the "Nicolae Titulescu" University in Bucharest. Mircea Geoana is an expert on Trans-Atlantic integration. Author of various books and articles on the subject, he also was a NATO fellow on democratic institutions in 1994. He lectured on foreign policy, transitional economies, and globalization at major American universities and think-tanks. Mircea Geoana has a PhD in world economy at the Economic Studies Academy of Bucharest.

  • Location:
    NEW LOCATION: Belfer Center Library, Belfer Center, Third Floor
  • Date:
    Monday, February 10, 2014
  • Time:
    4:30 PM

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