September 22, 2015
CEU’s Opening Ceremony, held September 21, celebrated the start of the 2015-2016 academic year and also launched the University’s 25th Anniversary. The incoming class, more than 600 students from a record 107 countries, received a special welcome from President and Rector John Shattuck.
September 10, 2015
July 22, 2015
CEU President and Rector John Shattuck writes about using diplomacy to work with Russia to prevent another Cold War in this opinion piece in the Boston Globe. https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2015/07/20/containing-and-engaging-russia-new-cold-war/HKV3TCjXrTUmCxJGwSgpNO/story.html
July 9, 2015
This November will mark 20 years since the Dayton Peace Agreement ended the war in Bosnia. International intervention happened too late, according to CEU President and Rector John Shattuck and his former colleague John Kornblum, who participated in the Dayton negotiations and discussed the process in Budapest on July 6 at the opening of the 2015 session of the Jozsef Antall Summer School.
July 4, 2015
Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet reports: The third Antall Jozsef Summer School commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement with a roundtable discussion that was moderated by CEU President and Rector John Shattuck. For more, see http://www.ceu.edu/article/2015-07-09/balkan-wars-were-failure-imagination-part-international-community-shattuck-says
May 4, 2015
Former Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Janos Martonyi and CEU President and Rector John Shattuck were guest speakers at the inaugural Euro-Atlantic Cafe series hosted by the Centre for Euro-Atlantic Integration and Democracy (CEID) April 30.
April 16, 2015
Hungarian weekly HVG interviewed CEU President and Rector John Shattuck. The following is a translation of the article, which appeared in the April 16 print edition. The key politicians of neither the US nor the EU will attend the May 9 Victory Day celebrations in Moscow. What has gone wrong in the relations between Russia and the West?
March 18, 2015
In 1989, there was hope that democracy, open society, and globalization would advance together – that liberty was indivisible. Professor Michael Ignatieff discussed how these propositions turned out March 16.