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Tufts’ campus in Talloires, France is the setting for a few different programs – for undergraduates as well as for high school students, alumni and adults.
The high school program, “Tufts Summit,” is designed for rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in international relations. For six weeks, the students live with a French host family, take a college-level international relations course, travel, spend time outdoors hiking and swimming, and experience French culture first hand.
This semester, Fletcher School Professor Alan Henrikson is Fulbright Chair in US-EU Relations at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. In this video interview at the U.S. Embassy in Brussels, Henriskon gives his views on the current US-European relationship.
Read coverage of Henrikson speaking on “The American Foreign Policy Apparatus” at the European Parliament in Brussels on Sept. 17 in a panel titled “Washington 101: A Crash Course on the US Government for the EP.”