Today at dinner we listened to Jeroen Doomernik, a GMF Transatlantic Academy Fellow, discuss immigration policies in Europe. Very interesting. One of the issues I asked about was France’s policy that denies citizenship to children born in France to non-citizens. Those children become countryless — citizens of nowhere — which has resulted in civil unrest and rioting. What are possible solutions?
Here are some pics of my hotel (Hotel Rouge):
Washington, D.C. has great, walkable streets (one of the issues I’ll be investigating in Europe):
Here I am with fellow Dallas Fellow, Kathryn Ransdell of the First United Methodist Church in Dallas, right outside the German Marshall Fund offices:
The sixteen fellows sit in the conference room at the GMF offices: