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Please join the Atlantic Council for the first public address by Victoria J. Nuland, assistant secretary for European and Eurasian affairs on November 13, 2013 from 4:30 to 6:00 pm
.A Conversation withVictoria J. NulandAssistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs
US Department of StateModerated byDamon WilsonExecutive Vice President
President Obama has referred to America's relationship with Europe as the "greatest catalyst for global action" and the "cornerstone for US engagement in world affairs." Assistant Secretary Nuland will use her remarks at the Atlantic Council to articulate the Obama administration's vision for the transatlantic community in a time of geopolitical transition.Read Assistant Secretary Nuland's remarks here.
Secretary Kerry swears in Victoria Nuland as assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs on September 18, 2013. Read the full remarks from the ceremony and watch a video here
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The Honorable Victoria J. Nuland
assumed her position as assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs on September 18, 2013. Previously, she served as State Department spokesperson. Prior to this, Assistant Secretary Nuland was special envoy for conventional armed forces in Europe from February 2010 until June 2011, and before that, she served on the faculty of the National War College. She was the eighteenth United States permanent representative to NATO from 2005 to 2008. As NATO ambassador, she focused heavily on strengthening Allied support for the ISAF mission in Afghanistan, on NATO-Russia issues, and on the Alliance's global partnerships and continued enlargement.Damon Wilson
is executive vice president of the Atlantic Council. His areas of expertise include NATO, transatlantic relations, Central and Eastern Europe, and national security issues. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Wilson served as special assistant to the president and senior director for European affairs at the National Security Council. He played a leading role in developing and coordinating US government efforts to advance a Europe whole, free, and at peace and to work with Europe on global challenges. He managed interagency policy on NATO and planned numerous Presidential visits to Europe, including NATO summits. Back