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Open Class at Catholic University

On the 18th of February, the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Catholic University of Portugal hosted Chargé d’Affaires Kristin Kane for an open class on the subject of International Relations under the theme “Democracy and Trans-Atlantic Relations”, inserted in the cycle “Intersecting Philosophy, Politics and Economics”. Find out more about the event here . We ...
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2022 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship

Deadline for application:  February 18, 2022 The U.S. State Department, Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs, and the U.S. Embassy in Lisbon are pleased to announce the 2022 cycle of this intensive short-term exchange program created to foster relationships among young Europeans and Americans to build strong linkages and awareness of shared values. The fellowship ...
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46th Portugal-U.S. Standing Bilateral Commission

46th PORTUGAL – UNITED STATES STANDING BILATERAL COMMISSION Lisbon, December 17th, 2021 JOINT STATEMENT 1. The 46th Session of the Portugal-United States Standing Bilateral Commission (SBC) met on December 17 in Lisbon to discuss developments in the bilateral relationship, underscoring the common values and shared norms that bind the two countries and their citizens. The ...
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U.S. Naval Forces Concert

On the 19th of November, live music filled the streets of Lisbon. The U.S. Embassy in Portugal, in partnership with Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, put together a free concert on Rua Augusta inviting everyone to watch the Top Brass Quintet of the U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa Band. Chargé d’Affaires Kristin Kane joined the ...
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