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Mihai Carp, from NATO, Invited as Guest Speaker in Ambassador Einik's Class on Diplomacy

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

gs_nato_20201002.jpgParis is an ideal setting to study International Relations, and AGS has a long experience in making the most of this strategic location through guest talks and visits, making Paris our classroom. In this new era of online meetings and virtual conferences, we have expanded our classroom even further with guest speakers from the international community. On October 2nd, Ambassador Michael Einik, who teaches Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy at AGS, invited Mihai Carp, Deputy Head of Section in the Operations Division at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels, to speak to the students virtually.

Mihai Carp delved into the evolution of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a major global entity and as a peacekeeping body. The talk also included a spotlight discussion on how COVID has given new light to NATO as an international organization. During this discussion, the students were able to ask their questions regarding the nature of working for NATO, and how their specific research interests can apply.

Briana Jones, M.A. Candidate in the M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy program at AGS and president of the AGS Student Association writes: "The American Graduate School in Paris strives to prepare us, students, for professional opportunities to ensure that we have the opportunity to understand professional points of view regarding international relations. During COVID especially, our school has committed to finding the silver lining in the situation given; and utilizing the time to spotlight some remarkable guest speakers to give virtual talks and share the ultimate, firsthand perspective on foreign service in a globalized world. Our student body is composed of emerging foreign service professionals; and this series is one of many talks that are designed with our interests and our futures in mind.

 


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