Monday, May 4, 2015

Transatlantic Lessons: Why the European Way is STILL the Best Hope in an Insecure Age


On April 17, 2015, political author Steven Hill gave a lecture entitled "Transatlantic Lessons: Why the European Way is STILL the Best Hope in an Insecure Age." Mr. Hill is a writer, lecturer and political professional based in the United States with two decades of experience in politics. He currently is a Senior Fellow with the New America Foundation. Mr. Hill is a frequent speaker at academic, government, NGO and business events, speaking on a wide range of topics related to politics, economics, climate change, global complexity, and future trends.

From Mr. Hill's book description:
A quiet revolution has been occurring in post-World War II Europe. A world power has emerged across the Atlantic that is recrafting the rules for how a modern society should provide economic security, environmental sustainability, and global stability. For a decade Steven Hill traveled widely to understand this uniquely European way of life. In this talk, he explains Europe's bold new vision.

A video of the lecture can be viewed below or on the EUC's video library:

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