Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Program support
For an East European Studies program project, “Greece, the Western Balkans and the European Union.”

The project, whose focus will be the economic, political and social development of Greece’s neighbors in the Southeast Europe, will consist of two working group meetings-the first in Thessaloniki, Greece and the next in Washington, D.C.-to bring together the American and European academic and policy communities.
 
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is a nonpartisan, public/private institution founded by Congress in 1968 as a living memorial to President Woodrow Wilson. The Wilson Center supports advanced study and research in the social sciences with an emphasis on history, political science and international relations. The Center aims to be policy relevant by attracting a broad range of scholars, leading thinkers and policy makers whose work illuminates key public policy issues or identifies overlooked or emerging issues.