Archiving the European Institute Website     Print Email
Monday, 04 June 2018 Joëlle Attinger

From the University of Maryland

         The University of Maryland’s Center for International Policy Exchanges (www.umdcipe.org) is happy to act as steward of the valuable materials published on The European Institute’s website, including those published through its online journal, European Affairs. These articles have illuminated important trans-Atlantic issues since 2000, providing a rich and valuable source of expert opinion and insight.

         All articles and blogs are well indexed and accessible to all here on the existing website of the European Institute (www.europeaninstitute.org). In the future, we plan to migrate these materials to a UMD site, operating as the European Institute at the University of Maryland.

         Please address any questions to Jason Scott (jmscot01@umd.edu).

Sincerely,
Douglas Besharov
University of Maryland School of Public Policy

From the European Institute

Dear Friends,

         As you may already know, The European Institute has ceased operations. I am happy to inform you, however, that in the next few months, the rich work of The European Institute, captured on our website (www.europeaninstitute.org), will be archived and available to all on the website of the University of Maryland’s Center for International Policy Exchanges (www.umdcipe.org). Until then, the University will continue to maintain the existing URL and website.

          Thanks to many of you, The European Institute has served as the leading public policy organization in Washington devoted solely to Transatlantic Relations since its founding in 1989. The core of our mission has been to facilitate the exchange of information between public policy makers in both Europe and the United States, so as to deepen the understanding of the breadth of European perspectives on key issues of common concern, and to help build consensus on mutually beneficial resolutions.

          The European Institute’s policy journal, European Affairs, has been invaluable in strengthening the direct exchanges facilitated through our many meetings by drawing on a wide network of prominent experts to build a rich and comprehensive body of work on contemporary issues at the core of European-American relations. Going back to 2000, articles and blogs are archived and well indexed on the Institute’s site. 

              We are grateful to the University of Maryland for making this valuable material available to all. If you have any questions, please contact Jason Scott at jmscot01@umd.edu.

Sincerely,

Joëlle Attinger, President